In Other Contexts
- Gauge, Inc., a manufacturer of microphones and audio accessories
- Gauge (knitting), the number of stitches in a given length
- Change of gauge (aviation), when an aircraft type changes at a stopping point of a direct flight
- Gauge (entertainer), American pornographic actress
- Gauge (band), post-hardcore band from Chicago, Illinois, USA
- 12 Gauge, a Canadian country music group (see Emerson Drive)
- 12 Gauge (rapper), a 1990s rapper from Augusta, Georgia, USA
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“The text is merely one of the contexts of a piece of literature, its lexical or verbal one, no more or less important than the sociological, psychological, historical, anthropological or generic.”
—Leslie Fiedler (b. 1917)