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Ie, ie or IE may refer to:
- i.e., abbreviation for Latin id est, meaning "that is; in other words"
- Internet Explorer, the web browser by Microsoft
- IntelliMouse Explorer, a line of computer mice designed by Microsoft
- Infinity Engine, the game engine behind Baldur's Gate among others
- Information engineering, an approach to designing and developing information systems
- .ie, Irish Internet country code top-level domain
- Institut Eksekutif, an educational institution in Sarawak, Malaysia
- IE Business School, formerly known as Instituto de Empresa, a global leading Business School in Madrid, Spain
Science and engineering [change]
- Industrial ecology, the study of sustainable industrial systems
- Industrial engineering, the engineering discipline that concerns the development, improvement, implementation and evaluation of integrated systems of people, knowledge, equipment, energy, material and process
- Infective endocarditis, a form of endocarditis caused by infectious agents
- Information Element, a component of information systems
- Information extraction, a type of information retrieval whose goal is to automatically extract structured or semistructured information from unstructured machine-readable documents
- Institute for Energy of the European Union
- Ionization energy, the energy required to strip an atom or molecule of an electron; see Ionization potential
Language and culture [change]
- The ie (digraph)
- International English, the concept of the English language as a global means of communication
- Indo-European (disambiguation), as in:
- Ie (Japanese family system), the classical Japanese family system
- Ie (trading houses), Japanese cottage industry
- -ie, an English diminutive suffix
- Interlingue, originally the Occidental language (ISO 639-1 code ie)
- Republic of Ireland (ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code IE)
- A spelling guideline of the English language: "i before e except after c"
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