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A nation is a unified social community.
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Nation or The Nation may also refer to:
- A country, a division of a geographical territory marked by boundaries
- Nation (Dr. Acula album)
- Nation (Sepultura album)
- Nation (novel), by Terry Pratchett
- The Nation (TV series), an Australian comedy series
- The Nation, Ontario, a municipality in Ontario, Canada
- The Nation, a United States magazine founded in 1865
- The Nation (Irish newspaper), a former Irish nationalist newspaper founded in the 1840s
- The Nation (Malawi), a daily paper print and online from Malawi
- The Nation (Nigeria), a Nigerian newspaper
- The Nation (Pakistan), an English-language newspaper in Pakistan
- The Nation (Sri Lanka), an English-language weekly newspaper in Sri Lanka
- The Nation (Thailand), an English-language newspaper in Thailand
- The Daily Nation, an independent newspaper of Kenya
- The Daily Nation (Barbados), a daily newspaper established in 1973
- The Nation and Atheneum, a former weekly paper in the United Kingdom which was merged into the New Statesman in 1931
- Nation, a nightclub in Liverpool, England which hosted Cream (nightclub)
- Nation, a series of Singapore public gay parties
- Nation (nightclub), a nightclub in Washington, D.C.
- Nation (Paris Métro and RER), a station in Paris
- Nation (university), a historical association of students based on their birthplace or ethnicity
- The Nation of Domination, a former stable of professional wrestlers in the WWF
- The Nation of Islam, a mainly African-American religious movement
- Ummah, an Arabic word meaning "community" or "nation"
- Nation (wrestler), ring name of American professional wrestler Sesugh Uhaa
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