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Distance is a numerical description of how far apart objects are.
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Distance may also refer to:
- Social distance, a sociological concept relating to personal space and proxemics
- An obsolete unit of measure; see list of strange units of measurement
- Distance (graph theory), the distance between two vertices in a graph
- Cosmic distance ladder, the succession of methods by which astronomers determine the distances to celestial objects
- Distance (film), a 2001 Japanese film directed by Hirokazu Koreeda
- Distance (Doctor Who), a Doctor Who short story
- Distance (band), a late-1980s rock supergroup featuring Bernard Edwards and Tony Thompson
- Distance (musician), British music producer and DJ, influential on the dubstep genre
- Distance (album), a 2001 album by Japanese pop star Hikaru Utada
- Distance (EP), a 2007 EP by Antagonist
- "Distance" (F.T. Island song), released in 2011
- Distance (Christina Perri song), a 2012 single by Christina Perri featuring Jason Mraz from her album Lovestrong
- "Distance", a song by All Saints from Saints & Sinners
- "Distance", a song by Kelis
- The distance (boxing), a term for boxing in which a fight goes for more the maximum number of rounds with no winner
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