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The word wing or wings has more than one use:
- Wing, Buckinghamshire, England
- Wing, Rutland, England
- Port Wing, Wisconsin, United States of America
- Wing, North Dakota, United States of America
- Wing River Township, Minnesota, United States of America
In politics a wing is a term synonymous with a political faction.
In military terms, a wing is a basic unit of an air force.
Lorna Wing is a researcher of Asperger's Syndrome.
In a proscenium theater, the wings are the hidden backstage areas on either side of the stage.
- Wings (movie), a 1927 movie about fighter pilots in World War I
- Wings (band), Paul McCartney's 1970s band
- Wing (singer), a singer who lives in New Zealand
- Wing, a Canadian singer-songwriter
- Wings (novel) by Danielle Steel
- Wings, the third in The Bromeliad trilogy of children's books by Terry Pratchett
- Wings (TV series), which ran on NBC from 1990 to 1997
- Wings (BBC TV series), which was a BBC drama which ran from 1976 to 1977
- Wings (Discovery Channel TV series)
- Wings (album) released in 2005 by singer Bonnie Tyler
- Wings 3D, An open source computer graphics modeling program
- Wings (food), see Buffalo_wings
- Wings , a 1981 wargame by Yaquinto
- Wings, a 1990 World War I computer game by Cinemaware
- A South Park episode called "Wing (South Park)."
- A type of buoyancy aid built into the harness of some scuba sets
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