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Staging may refer to:
- Staging area, a location used to prepare items for use, such as for a military operation
- Staging (cooking), a chef works briefly and without pay in another chef's kitchen to learn new techniques and cuisines
- Staging (rocketry), the use of multiple engines and propellant to launch a rocket
- Staging (stagecoaches), the business of running stagecoaches or the act of journeying in them
- Staging (theatre), the process of selecting, designing, adapting to, or modifying the performance space for a play or film
- Staging site, a website used to assemble, test and review its newer versions before it is moved into production
- Cancer staging, a description (usually numbers I to V) of how much the cancer has spread
- Home staging, preparing a residence for sale in real estate
- in computing:
- Staging, the process of aligning cars on the starting line in drag racing
- Staging, in bird migration the practice of pausing at places along a migration route to rest and feed before proceeding
- Scaffolding, temporary work platform in construction
- Staging (cloud communications), a processes used to assemble, test, and review a new solution before it is moved into production and the existing solution is decommissioned.
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