TIE

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AcronymDefinition
TIETechnology in Education
TIETake It Easy
TIEThe Indus Entrepreneurs
TIETechnological Innovation and Entrepreneurship (various universities)
TIEThe Insurance Exchange (various locations)
TIETheatre in Education (various locations)
TIEThis Island Earth (science-fiction film)
TIEToyota Industrial Equipment
TIETourism Information and Environment (Philippines)
TIETransmit Interrupt Enable
TIETelemedicine Information Exchange
TIETotal Industrial Engineering
TIETransport Initiatives Edinburgh (Scotland; UK)
TIEToxicity Identification Evaluation
TIETimes Interest Earned
TIEThe International Educator (website)
TIETwin Ion Engines (Star Wars)
TIETime Interval Error
TIETelescopes in Education (astronomy program; Mount Wilson Institute; Pasadena, CA)
TIETreatment Improvement Exchange
TIETutorium in Intensive English (University of Illinois at Chicago)
TIEToy Industries of Europe (Brussels, Belgium)
TIETechnical Information Exchange
TIEThe International Experimental Cinema Exposition (film organization; Denver, CO)
TIETechnology and Innovation in Education
TIETechnical Integration Engineer (various companies)
TIEToshiba Information Equipments (Japan)
TIETrust in Education (Lafayette, CA)
TIETomato Inspiration Event (HortiBiz)
TIEThreat Isolation Engine (cybersecurity)
TIETechnology Integration Experiment
TIETexas-Israel Exchange
TIETechnical Integration and Evaluation
TIETelefonica Internet Empresa (Spanish)
TIETransponder Interface Electronics
TIETriple Ion Engine (Star Wars)
TIETechnical Independent Evaluator
TIETeachers, Industry, and the Environment Conference
TIETraining Instrumentation Evaluation
TIETACIES Interface Element
References in periodicals archive ?
NASA already uses actual ion engines ("TIE" stands for "Twin Ion Engines") on spacecraft like Dawn, currently orbiting the dwarf planet Ceres.
Twin Ion Engines. Other handy Star Wars trivia is that the US military looked closely at the design of the X-Wing and reckoned it really could fly!