TIE


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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
TIETraining Instrumentation Evaluation
TIETeachers, Industry, and the Environment Conference
TIETACIES Interface Element
References in classic literature ?
He came rushing into the nursery with the crumpled little brute of a tie in his hand.
Darling was not sufficiently impressed, and he went on sternly, "I warn you of this, mother, that unless this tie is round my neck we don't go out to dinner to-night, and if I don't go out to dinner to-night, I never go to the office again, and if I don't go to the office again, you and I starve, and our children will be flung into the streets.
Let me try, dear," she said, and indeed that was what he had come to ask her to do, and with her nice cool hands she tied his tie for him, while the children stood around to see their fate decided.
And I have other ties," Maggie went on, at last, with a desperate effort, "even if Lucy did not exist.
We should break all these mistaken ties that were made in blindness, and determine to marry each other.
It seems right to me sometimes that we should follow our strongest feeling; but then, such feelings continually come across the ties that all our former life has made for us,--the ties that have made others dependent on us,--and would cut them in two.
Hans takes the bacon, ties it to a rope, and drags it away behind him.
Hans takes Gretel, ties her to a rope, leads her to the rack, and binds her fast.
On the pile of railroad ties on the summer eve- ning, he waited expectantly.
In the darkness the young reporter found himself imagining that he sat on the railroad ties beside a comely young man with black hair and black shining eyes.
The telegraph operator of Winesburg, sitting in the darkness on the railroad ties, had become a poet.
At a signal from the former the latter would step aside, the plank would tilt and the condemned man go down between two ties.