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Routine may refer to:
- Routine, another name for a computer subprogram
- Schedule, or timetable, a basic time-management tool to formalize or develop a routine
- Choreographed routine, orchestrated dance involving several performers
- Comedy routine, comedic act or part of an act
- Visual routine, visual cognitive means of extracting information from a scene
- Routine activity theory, sub-field of criminology
- Routinization of authority, the process through which a charismatic authority becomes a bureaucracy
- Ethnomethodology, sociological discipline focused on the methods groups use to create societal order
- Routine (SWT), first of four stories in the second issue of the Star Wars Tales series
- Routine Valor, 2006 Star Wars comic book by Dark Horse Comics
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