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Sacred cow may refer to:
- Sacred cow (idiom), something considered (perhaps unreasonably) immune from question or criticism
- Holy cow (expression), a variant idiom
- Cattle in religion and mythology, object of reverence, including:
- "Sacred Cow", the nickname of the first U.S. presidential aircraft, Air Force One
- Sacred Cows, album featuring the rock band The Swirling Eddies
- Sacred Cow (album), Geggy Tah album released in 1996
- Sacred Cow (Bob's Burgers), an episode of the animated TV series Bob's Burgers
- New Sacred Cow, Kenna debut album released in 2003
- Sacred Cow Productions, owned by Kevin Booth
- Milking the Sacred Cow, a Dead Kennedys album released in 2007
- Science, Sex, and Sacred Cows, anthology from Worm Runner's Digest
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