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Cement is a material for bonding stone or brick.
Cement may also refer to:
- Portland cement, the most common cement in modern use
- Adhesive materials may also be called cement
- Cement (novel), a 1925 Soviet novel by Fyodor Gladkov
- Cement, Chuck Mosley's post-Faith No More band, and Cement, their debut album
- Cement (Die Kreuzen album), 1991
- Cement (film), a 2000 neo-noir film directed by Adrian Pasdar
- Cement (geology), in geology means the fine-grained minerals which bind the coarser-grained matrix in sedimentary rocks
- "Cement" (song), a 1997 single by Feeder
- Cementum, a specialized bony substance covering the root of a tooth
- Cement, Oklahoma
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