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Roll call may refer to:
- A taking of attendance, as may be used in an order of business or an agenda for a meeting
- One of the types of voting methods in deliberative assemblies (such as a legislature), often synonymous with recorded vote
- Roll call (policing)
- Roll Call, an American newspaper focusing on news from Capitol Hill and Congress
- Roll Call (IQ album), a 2006 album by girl group IQ
- Roll Call (Hank Mobley album), a 1960 album by the tenor saxophone player Hank Mobley
- The Roll Call, an 1874 painting by Elizabeth Thompson, purchased by Queen Victoria
- Roll Call (novel), a novel by Malcolm Rose
- "Real Nigga Roll Call" (2004), a song by Lil Jon featuring Ice Cube
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