The solid residue left after something has burned, usually wood and plant material (such as tobacco).
In analytical chemistry, ash is one of the components in the proximate analysis of biological materials.
One of the Unix shells that serves as a command-line interface for computers running some variants of the Unix operating system; see Almquist shell.
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