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Her is the objective form of the pronoun she in Modern English.
Her or HER may also refer to:
In arts and entertainment
- “Her”, by Richard Buckner
- “Her”, by Eels on B-Sides & Rarities 1996–2003
- “Her”, by Stan Getz on his album Focus
- “Her”, by Guy on their 1990 album The Future
- “Her”, by Musiq (Soulchild) on the 2003 album Soulstar
- “Her”, by Swans on the 1992 album Omniscience
- “Her”, by Tindersticks on their 1993 self-titled debut album
- “Her”, by Aaron Tippin on What This Country Needs
- "Her", by Tyler, the Creator on the album Goblin
Other uses in arts and entertainment
- Her (film), a 2013 American science fiction comedy-drama film
- HERmione, an autobiographical novel written by imagist poet H.D.
- HIM (Finnish band), once known as HER in the United States
- Kismet (Marvel Comics), a fictional superhero
- Helper (Amtrak station) (station code HER)
- Heraklion International Airport (IATA code HER)
- Khoy, Armenia (historical name)
In science and technology
- Èrs people, or the Hers, who lived in and around northern modern Armenia
- Harvard Educational Review, a journal
- Herero language (ISO 639-3 code)
- Historic Environment Record, in the UK
- Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, in the US
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