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IE

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for IRELAND.

IE

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Ireland. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Irish bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Ireland. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Ireland. Each subdivision has its own code with the prefix "IE." For example, the code for County Galway is ISO 3166-2:IE-G.
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Id est dominio non diuiso; erctum enim dominium est, unde erus dominus dicitur; ciere autem diuidere est, unde caedere et secare [et diuidere] dicimus (III, p.
Results of numerical simulations proved that the largest compaction is at the top of sample, id est, at location of largest rearrangement of soil particles.
(5) Para una exposicion detallada del proceso de confusion y de las circunstancias que pudieron favorecerlo remito a Ferraces Rodriguez, Arsenio, <<Arqueologia de una glosa erronea: carenum uinum, id est passum>>, Myrtia 27, 2012, 401-414.
Vel, id est, ex voluntate non pertimescentes poenam ex Deo (HUGO DE SAN CARO, Epistolas, 194); Voluntarie (NICOLAS DE LIRA, Postilla, 108).
Hoc sic est intelligendum: practica est theorica prius, id est illud ad quod intendit practica prius intelligitur secundum theoricam ('This should be understood in this way: practice is theory first, i.e., the aim of practice is first understood according to theory' (15))
(40) Homer, [1523?], liijrv: "Singulare illud [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], id est graeca siue graecanica lingua.
Nos enarrare desideria nostra nescimus, sed tamen ille, qui probat corda et renes, scit, id est intelligit, `quid spiritus desideret.'" Landgraf has shown that the anonymous commentary on the Epistle to the Romans and the commentaries on the other Pauline epistles found in MS B I 39 of Trinity College belong to Abelard's school and were written before or not long after 1141.
Sed scriptura et omnis intelligentia istum deum et esse dicit et ante ipsum nihil esse, qui et id est, quod est esse, et id, quod operari.
Aporrhoea enim [Omicron][Mu][Omicron][Omicron][Upsilon][Sigma] [Iota][Omicron][Sigma] videtur, id est unius substantiae ex quo est vel aporrhoea vel vapor.
The development of the circumstantiae-accessus, traditionally attributed to Remigius of Auxerre, has now been traced to the teaching of John Scottus Eriugena in the mid-ninth century.(7) Particularly associated with Eriugena is the version of the circumstantiae-accessus in which the circumstantiae are cast as questions: the formulation is given this way in one redaction of the Periphyseon: 'septem periochae, id est circumstantiae, sunt quis, quid, cur, quomodo, quando, ubi, quibus facultatibus,'(8)
The first stands for exempli gratia, meaning for example; the second represents id est, meaning that is.