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A yard is an imperial/US customary (non-metric) unit of length (3 feet).
Yard may also refer to:
- Square yard, an imperial/US customary (non-metric) unit of area (9 square feet)
- Cubic yard, an imperial/US customary (non-metric) unit of volume (27 cubic feet)
- Megalithic yard, a theoretical unit of prehistoric measurement
- Yard glass, an extremely long beer glass
- Yard (land), an open or enclosed land area, traditionally adjacent to one or more buildings
- Yard (Portland, Oregon), an apartment building
- Yard (sailing), a spar on a traditional sailing ship
- YARD (software), a documentation generator for the Ruby programming language
- Yards Brewing Company, a brewery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
- Yard, used in British, South African, Forex, and money markets as slang for a thousand million units (short-scale billion, formerly milliard)
- Milliard, the number 1,000,000,000 (109)
- Scotland Yard or "The Yard," headquarters for London's Metropolitan Police Service
- Yardbird, slang term and the name of a band The Yardbirds
- Yardie, Jamaican slang term
- Brickyard, a place where bricks are made or stored
- Prison yard, a walled or fenced, often open-air space in a jail or prison
- Rail yard, complex of railroad tracks for storing, sorting, or loading/unloading, railroad cars and/or locomotives
- Skin Yard, an American grunge band from Seattle, Washington, U.S.
- Douglas Yard, appointed a judge of the Family Division of the Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba on October 7, 1998
- Ernie Yard (1941–2004), Scottish association footballer
- Molly Yard (1912–2005), an American feminist of the late 20th century
- Robert Sterling Yard (1861–1945), an American writer, journalist, and wilderness activist
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