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A contract is a promise, or agreement made of a set of promises, that is recognized by the law.
Contract may also refer to:
In arts and entertainment
Film and television
- The Contract (1978 film), a 1978 Hong Kong film starring Michael Hui
- Contract (1985 film), a 1985 Soviet animated film based on a short story by Robert Silverberg
- The Contract (1988 film), a 1988 UK film based on Gerald Seymour's novel
- The Contract (1999 film), a 1999 American film with Billy Dee Williams
- The Contract (2002 film), a 2002 American film directed by Steven R. Monroe
- The Contract (2006 film), a 2006 American film with John Cusack and Morgan Freeman
- The Contract, a 2006 Chinese film, also known as Lease Wife
- Contract (2008 film), a 2008 film by Ram Gopal Varma
- "Contract" (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), a 2008 episode of the series
- Contract (2012 film), a 2012 romantic comedy film directed by Shirley Frimpong-Manso, starring Joseph Benjamin and Yvonne Okoro
- "Contract", a song by Gang of Four from their 1979 album, Entertainment!
- The Contract (EP), a 2005 EP by punk band Crime in Stereo
- "The Contract", a song on the album Bad News (Bad News album)
- Contract bridge, a trick-taking card game
- Hitman: Contracts, the third game in the Hitman video game series
- Contract farming
- Contract grading, a hands-on, student-involved form of grading in schools
- Contract killing
- Contract theory, in economics
- The Contract!, a religious "Chick tract" published by Chick Publications
- ASL Airlines Ireland, formerly Air Contractors, an airline with callsign "CONTRACT"
- Design by contract, in computer programming, the notion of contracts between modules
- Social contract, a philosophical concept of how individuals connect with society
- Tensor contraction, in mathematics and physics, an operation on tensors
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