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- BeppoSAX catalogue (SAX), also called BX and 1SAX, in x-ray astronomy
- SAX, the Bratislava Stock Exchange stock index
- SaX, the SUSE Linux tool for configuring graphics hardware (SuSE advanced X Window System-configuration)
- Simple API for XML, a method of reading data files in computing
- South African Express, a South African regional airline
- Adolphe Sax (1814–1894) was the inventor of the saxophone and other music instruments.
- Oett M. Mallard (1915–1986), also known as Sax Mallard, Chicago-based jazz saxophonist and bandleader
- Lincoln Thompson (1949–1999), Jamaican reggae singer, musician and songwriter also known as Sax
- Sax (surname)
- Sax Rohmer, pen name of Arthur Henry Sarsfield Ward (1883–1959), English novelist best known for creating the villain Fu Manchu
- 3534 Sax, an asteroid
- Sax, a village in the Sennwald municipality in Switzerland
- Sax, Alicante, a municipality in Spain
- Sax, Minnesota, United States, an unincorporated community
- Saxmundham, UK, a colloquial short form used in East Suffolk
- Baron of Sax, later Sax-Hohensax, a Swiss title - see Hohensax castle
- ISO 639 code for the Saa language, spoken in Vanuatu
- SA-X, an enemy in the video game Metroid Fusion
- Sax, a traditional Aleut coat made from bird skins and sea otter fur
- Seax, also spelled sax, an ancient Germanic, single-edged knife
- Short for saxophone, a musical instrument
- Strong Anion Exchange, a variety of anion-exchange chromatography
- Sax, a song released by English recording artist Fleur East
- All pages with titles containing Sax
- All pages beginning with "Sax"
- Doctor Sax, a novel by Jack Kerouac
- Sachse, Texas
- Saks (disambiguation)
- Saxe (disambiguation)
- Small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS)
- Zaks (disambiguation)
- Zaks, a building toy
- Zax (disambiguation)
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