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A shore is the fringe of land at the edge of a large body of water.
Shore may also refer to:
- Shoring, supporting a structure in order to prevent collapse so that construction can proceed
- Shore durometer, the hardness of a material
- Jersey Shore, a region of the U.S. mid-Atlantic coast
- The Shore, a Ray Bradbury story
- The Shore (band), an American rock group founded in Silver Lake, California
- The Shore (film), a 2011 live-action short film
- Sydney Church of England Grammar School, also known as the Shore School
- Adam Shore, American musician who was Warrant's original singer
- David Shore (1959–), Canadian script writer and producer, best known for writing and directing the T.V. series House M.D.
- Dinah Shore (1916–1994), American actress and singer
- Eddie Shore (1902–1985), Canadian professional ice hockey player
- Ernie Shore (1891–1980), American baseball player
- Jane Shore (1445–1527), one of the many mistresses of King Edward IV of England
- Jemima Shore, a fictional journalist featured in several crime novels by Antonia Fraser
- John Shore (trumpeter) (1662–1752), an English trumpeter and the inventor of the tuning fork
- John Shore, 1st Baron Teignmouth (1751–1834), British official in the East India Company
- Howard Shore (1946– ), Canadian composer, best known for composing the scores for The Lord of the Rings
- Pauly Shore (1968– ), American actor and comedian
- Peter Shore (1924–2001), a British Labour politician noted for his opposition to the European Community
- Ryan Shore (1974– ), Canadian film composer and saxophonist
- Simon Shore (1959– ), British television and film director and writer
- Stephen Shore (1947– ), American photographer known for his pioneering use of color in art photography
- Viola Brothers Shore (1890 – 1970), American author
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