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Calm or CALM may refer to:
- Intertropical Convergence Zone, also known as The Calms or doldrums, the area encircling the earth near the equator where the northeast and southeast trade winds come together
- Jonathan Calm (born 1971), American visual artist
- Marie Calm (1832–1887), German author and feminist
Television and film
- The Calm (film), a 1980 film
- The Calm (EP) by Insane Clown Posse
- The Calm Before the Storm (Tech N9ne album)
- "The Calm (Interlude)", a song by Tinashe from Aquarius (Tinashe album)
- CALM Cal-Maine, an American egg producer, NASDAQ symbol CALM
- CALM Campaign Against Living Miserably, UK charity aimed at bringing down the suicide rate among young men
- Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM)
Science and medicine
- Calmodulin, calcium-modulated protein
- Clathrin-assembly lymphoid myeloid leukaemia protein, a ubiquitous form of the Ap180 clathrin adaptor protein in the synaptic vesicles of mammals
- Communications, Air-interface, Long and Medium range, a standardized set of air interface protocols and parameters for medium and long range, high speed communication
- CALM Cliff Alleviation at the Last Minute Act, U.S. legislation introduced to ease problems related to the fiscal cliff
- CALM Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act, U.S. legislation prohibiting TV commercials from being louder than the program on which they are shown
- CALM (consistency as logical monotonicity principle). A formal way to guarantee consistency properties of distributed programs. Used by Bloom programming language.
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