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The abbreviation LES can refer to:
- Lake-effect snow
- Large eddy simulation, mathematical modelling of turbulence
- Launch Entry Suit, worn by Space Shuttle crews
- Launch Escape System, for spacecraft emergencies
- Law Enforcement Sensitive type of sensitive information used by US government
- Lazy Eye Syndrome, or amblyopia, a disorder in the optic nerve connecting the eye and the brain.
- Leave and Earnings Statement, a monthly statement given to members of the U.S. Military
- Leshan David Lewis, hip hop producer
- Licensing Executives Society International, an intellectual property organisation in the U.S.
- Life Extension Society, the first cryonics organization, founded in 1964 by Evan Cooper
- Lifetime Entertainment Services, an American entertainment industry company
- Lilliput Edison screw, 5mm diameter size of light bulb connection
- Lincoln Experimental Satellite, a series of satellites launched in the 1960s and 1970s
- Linear Equation System
- Liverpool Epidemic Strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa
- Locally-Enhanced-Sampling "ensemble-averaged" restraints of system during SANDER program in AMBER software.
- Louisiana Energy Services, which operates the National Enrichment Facility
- Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City
- Lower esophageal sphincter
- Lunar Escape Systems, a proposed escape from the moon if the Apollo Lunar Module had any major problems.
Les may refer to:
- Les, Catalonia, Spain
- Leş, a village in Nojorid Commune, Bihor County, Romania
- Les, the Hungarian name for Leșu Commune, Bistriţa-Năsăud County, Romania
- Les Battersby, fictional Coronation Street character
- Les Blank (1935-2013), American documentarian
- Les Brown (bandleader) (1912–2001), leader of Les Brown and the Band of Renown
- Les Claypool, American bassist and founding member of Primus
- Les Costello (1928–2002), Canadian ice hockey player and Catholic priest
- Les Dawson (1931–1993), English comedian
- Les Eaves (born c. 1967), American businessman and state legislator
- Les Ferdinand, English footballer
- Les Kaufman, Professor of Biology at Boston University
- Les Paul (1915–2009), American jazz guitarist and inventor
- Les Stroud, Canadian filmmaker and survival expert
- Les Tremayne (1913–2003), British radio, film, and television actor
- Slang term, shortened form of the word Lesbian, referring to homosexual women, pronounced (lez).
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