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Not to be confused with Joule.
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Jewel may refer to:
- Gemstone or jewellery
- Jewel (supermarket), a U.S. grocery store chain
- Jewel Food Stores (Australia) an Australian grocery store chain
- Fraternal jewels, the medals worn in both secular and religious fraternal organisations
- Jewel bearing, used in sensitive measuring equipment
- Jewel case, a type of optical disc packaging
- Jewel beetles, the family Buprestidae
- Jewel butterflies, various Lycaenidae
- Jewel damselflies, the family Chlorocyphidae
Entertainment and media
- The Jewel (1933 film), a 1933 British film
- The Jewel (2011 film), a 2011 Italian film
- Jewel (film), a 2001 television film
- Jewel, one of the main characters in the animated film Rio (2011 film) and its sequel
- Jewel (novel), by Bret Lott
- Jessica Jones, a superheroine in the Marvel universe
- Jewel (Marcella Detroit album), a 1994 album by Marcella Detroit
- Jewel (Beni album)
- Jewel Records (disambiguation), the name of several record labels
- "Jewel", a song by Ayumi Hamasaki on her 2006 album Secret
- "Jewel", song by Bradley Joseph on the 1997 album Rapture
- The Three Jewels, namely Buddha, Dharma and Sangha
- Jewel (singer) (born Jewel Kilcher, 1974), American singer and actress
- Jewel De'Nyle (born Stephany Schwarz), American pornographic movie star, sometimes credited as "Jewel"
- Jewel Joseph Newman (1921-2014), African-American politician and community organizer from Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- Jewel Mische (born 1990), Philippine/American actress, winner of StarStruck
- Jewel Staite (born 1982), Canadian actress in Firefly
- John Jewel (1522–1571), 16th-century Bishop of Salisbury, author and theologian
- Jewell (disambiguation)
- Jewells (disambiguation)
- Jewels (disambiguation)
- The Jewels, a girl group from Washington, D.C.
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