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Measure may refer to:
- Measure of the Church of England is a law passed by the General Synod and the UK Parliament equivalent of an Act
- Measure of the National Assembly for Wales, a law specific to Wales passed by the Welsh Assembly between 2007 and 2011
- Measure of the Northern Ireland Assembly (1973)
Mathematics and science
- Metric (mathematics), a formal rule to assess a relationship of entities
- Measure (probability), a mathematical construct that models a real-world experiment
- Measure (mathematics), a way to assign non-negative real numbers to subsets
- Measuring coalgebra, a coalgebra constructed from two algebras
- Measure (physics), a way to integrate over all possible histories of a system in quantum field theory
- Measurement, the process of establishing the magnitude of some attribute of an object relative to some unit of measurement
- Bar (music) or measure, a unit of time in Western music representing a regular grouping of beats
- Coal measure is a seam of coal
- Measure (termination), a way to describe termination of processes, algorithms, or functions
- Measure (bartending) or jigger, a bartending tool used to measure liquor
- Measure (data warehouse), a property on which calculations can be made using precomputed aggregates
- Measure (typography), in typography refers to the width of a block or column of text from the left margin to the right margin
- Countermeasure, a system designed to prevent weapons from acquiring and/or destroying a target
- Measure (album), a 2000 album from Matt Pond PA
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