Organizations and Schools
- Action on Smoking and Health, an anti-smoking charity
- American School of The Hague, a school in the Netherlands
- American Society of Hematology, an American professional organization
- A.s.h, abbreviation for Alt.suicide.holiday, a Usenet newsgroup
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