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Iris

Iris or IRIS may refer to:

Contents

  • People 1
  • Geography 2
  • Art, entertainment, and media 3
    • Art 3.1
    • Fictional entities 3.2
    • Film 3.3
      • Films 3.3.1
      • Techniques 3.3.2
    • Games 3.4
    • Music 3.5
      • Groups 3.5.1
      • Albums and EPs 3.5.2
      • Songs 3.5.3
    • Periodicals 3.6
    • Stage productions 3.7
    • Television 3.8
  • Astronomy 4
  • Charities 5
  • Computing, information systems, and information technology 6
  • Enterprises 7
  • Nature 8
  • Science and technology 9
  • Transport 10
  • See also 11

People

Geography

Art, entertainment, and media

Art

Fictional entities

Film

Films

Techniques

  • Iris shot, a film technique for ending a scene

Games

Music

Groups

Albums and EPs

  • Iris (EP), a 1992 EP by Miranda Sex Garden
  • Iris (album), the self-titled debut album by the Romanian band

Songs

Periodicals

Stage productions

Television

Astronomy

Charities

Computing, information systems, and information technology

Enterprises

Nature

Science and technology

Transport

See also

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