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A sense in biology and psychology, is a physiological mechanism that supports perception.
Sense also may refer to:
- Sense (band), a synthpop trio featuring Paul K. Joyce
- Sense (In the Nursery album), released in 1991
- Sense (Mr. Children album), released in 2010
- Sense (The Lightning Seeds album), released in 1992; includes the title song
- Sense (electronics), a technique used in power supplies to produce the correct voltage for a load
- Sense (molecular biology), the roles of nucleic-acid molecules in specifying amino acids
- Sense (programming), an educational programming environment
- Sense (river), a tributary of the River Saane in Switzerland
- Sense Worldwide, a London-based co-creation consulting company
- HTC Sense, a mobile software suite developed by HTC
- Senses (tribe), a Dacian tribe.
- Common sense, sound practical judgment concerning everyday matters
- Sense and reference, philosophical distinction introduced by Gottlob Frege
- Sensor, a mechanism to detect events or changes in its environment
- Word sense, the meaning carried by a word
- Sensory (disambiguation)
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