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Subject: Sapotaceae
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Shea may refer to:

  • The Shea tree (Vitellaria paradoxa, syn. Butyrospermum parkii, B. paradoxa), indigenous to Africa
    • Shea butter or Shea nut butter, a slightly greenish or ivory-colored natural fat extracted from fruit of the shea tree
  • Shea Stadium, former Home of NY Mets, NY Jets, Worlds Fair in Flushing, NY
  • USS Shea (DM-30), a Robert H. Smith-class destroyer minelayer in the United States Navy, named for Lieutenant Commander John Joseph Shea


People with the surname Shea:

People with first name Shea:

  • Shea Fahy, a former Irish sportsperson who played Gaelic football
  • Shea Hillenbrand (b. 1975), American baseball player
  • Shea Ralph (b. 1978), American women's basketball player and coach
  • Shea Rider (b. 1978), English guitarist, singer, songwriter
  • Shea Lolin (b. 1983), Classical Conductor, East London
  • Shea Weber (b. 1985), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Shea Vaccaro (b. 1991), American songwriter and singer
  • Shea Ohmsford, the protagonist of Terry Brooks' The Sword of Shannara

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