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A red herring is a figurative expression referring to a logical fallacy in which a clue or piece of information is or is intended to be misleading, or distracting from the actual question.
Red herring may refer to:
Red herring (fish), a type of kipper made from dried, smoked, and salted fish,
Red Herring (film), a 2012 film starring Holly Valance,
Red Herring (magazine), a former magazine focused on new technology businesses; now a website devoted to same,
Red Herring (play), a 2000 play by Michael Hollinger,
Red Herring (song), a trance single from Union Jack,
Red herring prospectus, a preliminary financial prospectus offering a new stock (in red type),
Red Herring Artists, an artist's collective based in Brighton, England,
Red Herring Surf, a brand of surfwear in Tasmania, Australia,
A character in the cartoon series A Pup Named Scooby-Doo,
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