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IEDImprovised Explosive Device
IEDIstituto Europeo di Design (Italian: European Institute of Design; various locations)
IEDInversión Extranjera Directa (Spanish)
IEDInvestimento Estrangeiro Direto (Portuguese: Foreign Direct Investment)
IEDInstituto Europeo de Diseño (Spanish: European Institute of Design)
IEDInterim Executive Director (various organizations)
IEDInvestissements Etrangers Directs (French: Foreign Direct Investments)
IEDId Error Detection
IEDInstituto Europeo Di Design
IEDInitialization Exceeds Data
IEDInf Extract Directory
IEDIntermittent Explosive Disorder (psychology)
IEDInstitute for Educational Development
IEDIntelligent Electronic Device
IEDInternational Encyclopedia of Dance
IEDInstitutional Equity Division (Morgan Stanley)
IEDInvestment and Enterprise Development (various organizations)
IEDInstitution of Engineering Designers (UK)
IEDIndigenous Economic Development (Australia)
IEDInstitute for Economic Democracy (Santa Maria, CA)
IEDInternational Educational Development
IEDIndustrial Emissions Directive (EU)
IEDInteractive Exhibit Design (various organizations)
IEDInstitute of Economic Development (UK)
IEDIndo-European Etymological Dictionary
IEDInnovative Electronic Designs, Inc
IEDIndependent Exploratory Development
IEDIntegrated Electric Drive
IEDImplanted Electronic Device
IEDImitative Electronic Deception
IEDInteracting Equipment Document (US NASA)
IEDInformation Element Data
IEDIndianapolis Economic Development
IEDInternational Executive Director
IEDInstitution of Electrical Designers
IEDIndividuals with Educational Disabilities
IEDInteractive Electronics Design, LLC (Fairview, NC)
IEDInline Enrichment Device (Harley Davidson Motorcycles to richen the air/fuel mixture)
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Drawing on a database created within the context of the Indo-European Etymological Dictionary Project (IED), Derksen presents the Etymological Dictionary of the Baltic Inherited Lexicon.
His permanent achievement is his Indo-European Etymological Dictionary (2 vols, 1959 and 1969), which is only now being revised by a team of scholars at the University of Leiden.
the Netherlands), is the Italic part of the project Indo-European Etymological Dictionary, which was initiated in 1991 for the purposes of compiling a new and comprehensive etymological dictionary of the inherited vocabulary of the Indo-European languages, replacing the outdated dictionary of Pokorny (1959).
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