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Seesaw typically refers to a playground piece of equipment.
Seesaw or See-Saw may also refer to:
- See-Saw, a Japanese pop group
- Seesaw (album), 2013 album by Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa
- See-Saw, a 1919 Broadway musical with music by Louis Hirsch
- Seesaw (musical), a 1973 Broadway musical
- "See Saw" (Don Covay song), a 1965 song by Don Covay and covered by Aretha Franklin Aretha in 1968
- "See-Saw" (song), a song from Pink Floyd's 1968 album A Saucerful of Secrets
- SeeSaw (Internet television), a former Internet television venture by Arqiva
- See-Saw (TV programme), a series of programmes shown in the UK during the 1980s
- "See-Saw", a 1997 episode of the series Teletubbies
- Seesaw (novel) a 1996 novel by Deborah Moggach (also its 1998 television adaptation)
- See saw, an uncommon contra dance move, similar to a dosido
- Seesaw mechanism, a theoretical mechanism in particle physics
- Seesaw (chemistry), a molecular geometry term
- Seesaw theorem in mathematics
- "Ride My See-Saw", a song from The Moody Blues' 1968 album In Search of the Lost Chord
- "See Saw Margery Daw", a nursery rhyme
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