Glasgow (disambiguation)


Glasgow (disambiguation)

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland.

Glasgow may also refer to:
* University of Glasgow

Places

;Scotland
*Glasgow City
**Greater Glasgow Metropolitan Area
**Glasgow (Scottish Parliament electoral region), an electoral region in the Scottish Parliament

*Port Glasgow, a town in Inverclyde, downstream of the City of Glasgow

;Canada
*New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
*Glasgow, Ontario

;New Zealand
*The Glasgow Range, a mountain range on the South Island

;United States
*Glasgow, Delaware
*Glasgow, Illinois
*Glasgow, Kentucky
*Glasgow, Missouri
*Glasgow, Montana
*Glasgow, Pennsylvania
*Glasgow, Virginia
*Glasgow, West Virginia

People

*Ellen Glasgow, an American novelist

Music

*Glasgow Underground Records, a record label
*"Glasgow", a song by They Might Be Giants on the "Venue Songs" album
*Glasgow Kiss (song), a song by John Petrucci
*"Glasgow Mega-Snake", a song by Scottish post-rock band Mogwai

Computing

*Glasgow Haskell Compiler, one of the leading systems for the Haskell programming language
*Glasgow Java Beans, a specification for a Java Beans component of the Java software

Other uses

*HMS "Glasgow", a name given to several warships
*Glasgow Bailie, a type of salted herring (which is also some times known as a Glasgow Magistrate)
*Glasgow Boys, a circle of painters dating to the 1880s & 1890s who were influenced by the "plein-air" landscape paintings of the Barbizon School
*Glasgow Coma Scale, medical term referring to a 15-point scale invented by Glasgow-based neurologists which determines the degree of consciousness of brain-damaged patients
*Glasgow lease, a type of perpetual land lease used in New Zealand
*Glasgow smile
*Glasgow, a type of Knightmare Frame in the manga/anime series "Code Geass"


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