Machine (disambiguation)

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A machine is a device that uses energy to perform some activity or task. The mechanical aspects of machines, which involve forces and movement, are found at Machine (mechanical)

Machine can also refer to:

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  • Slang for Answering machine
  • Machine (patent), one of the four statutory categories of patent-eligible subject matter under United States patent law
  • Machine (novel), a 1930 Japanese novel by Riichi Yokomitsu
  • Machine (film), a 2007 American film
  • The Machine (film), a 2013 British science fiction film
  • Rube Goldberg machine, an especially elaborate or complex device
  • Political machine, a vote-delivering and political power-broking system
  • AMC Machine, also known as The Machine, a muscle car made by American Motors Corporation (AMC)
    • "the Machine" performance package carried over from the AMC Rebel to the Matador; the vehicle is referred to as the Matador Machine
  • The Machine, a surveillance computer from the CBS television drama Person of Interest
  • The Machine, a University of Alabama coalition of fraternities and sororities
  • "The Machine", the fictional interstellar-travel device in Carl Sagan's novel Contact
  • The Machine: Bride of Pin*Bot, a 1991 pinball machine made by Williams
  • The Machine (financial software), financial software that predicts movements in equities in the stock market based upon rigorously tested and quantified trading strategies
  • Bert Kreischer, Albert "Bert" "The Machine" Kreischer is an American stand-up comedian, actor and reality television host

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