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A calendar is a catalogue, list or table, most commonly used for a table of days, months, years etc.
Calendar may also refer to:
- Calendar (archives), a descriptive inventory or summary of archival documents
- Calendar of saints, a traditional Christian method of organizing a liturgical year
- Calendar (stationery), a physical object consisting of a table of days, months, years etc.
- Annual calendar (horology), indicating the date or the day, by number or by name (full or abridged), either by watch hands or rotating disk
- Calendar Man, a DC Comics supervillain character
Film and television
- Calendar (ITV), a news and current affairs programme broadcast on ITV Yorkshire in the United Kingdom
- Calendar (American TV series), a weekday morning news and information program shown in the United States on CBS from 1961 to 1963
- Calendar (1993 film), a 1993 film directed by Atom Egoyan
- Calendar (2009 film), a 2009 Malayalam film directed by Mahesh
- Calendar (2017 film) a 2017 Assamese film directed by Homjyoti Talukdar
Applications and services
- Calendaring software, software with a calendar and scheduling possibilities
- Calendar (Apple), a Mac OS X calendar application made by Apple Inc.
- Calendar (Ubuntu), a calendar application integrated into Ubuntu
- Calendar (Windows), a calendar application integrated into certain versions of Microsoft Windows
- Google Calendar, a web-based calendar service and mobile application
- Outlook Calendar on Outlook.com, formerly named Calendar, a consumer web-based calendar service
- The Calendar (disambiguation)
- Calender, a device for smoothing paper
- Callandar, Clifton Hill House
- Callander, a burgh in the region of Stirling, Scotland
- Callendar (disambiguation)
- Callender (disambiguation)
- Colander, a type of sieve
- Qalandar (disambiguation)
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