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A shadow is a region of darkness where light is blocked.

Shadow or Shadows may also refer to:

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PlacesEdit

PeopleEdit

  • M. Shadows (born 1981), lead singer for Avenged Sevenfold

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Science and technologyEdit

  • Shadow (mathematics), a concept in the theory of hyperreal numbers
  • Shadow (OS/2), a OS/2 file linking strategy
  • Shadows (software), a software package for designing sundials and astrolabes
  • Acoustic shadow, acoustical phenomenon caused by an object placed in front of a source of sound
  • Shadow memory, a technique used to track and store information on computer memory used by a program during its execution
  • Shadow paging, a technique for providing atomicity and durability in database systems
  • Shadow password (Unix' /etc/shadow)
  • Shadow tables, objects in computer science used to improve the way machines, networks and programs handle information
  • The Shadow, a Spirit DataCine without a Kodak front-end optics and CCD

SportsEdit

  • Shadow Racing Cars, former Formula One and CanAm racing team of Don Nichols and Jackie Oliver
  • The Shadows, a former professional wrestling tag-team

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Other usesEdit

  • Shadow (psychology), a part of the unconscious mind consisting of repressed weaknesses
  • Job shadow, an educational temporary work experience following someone else in their workplace
  • Shadow Cabinet, members of the parliamentary opposition party
  • USS Shadow III (SP-102), a United States Navy patrol boat in commission from 1917 to 1919

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