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MEP may refer to:
Organisations / Politics
- Member of the European Parliament, an elected politician in the European Union
- Model European Parliament, a simulation of the European Parliament for students
- Model European Parliament, a part of the Model European Communities Project
- Missions étrangères de Paris, a French Catholic missionary organization
- Movimiento Electoral del Pueblo, (People's Electoral Movement), a left-wing political party of Venezuela
- Movimento Esperança Portugal (Hope for Portugal Movement), a minor political party in Portugal
- Mission Essential Personnel, a defense contractor in Columbus, Ohio specializing in linguistic and role-playing personnel
- Maison européenne de la photographie, a photography centre in Paris
Industry / Technology
- Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing, a part of the building design industry
- Mean effective pressure, of internal combustion engines
- Media-embedded processor (MeP), a CPU design from Toshiba Semiconductor
- Manufacturing Extension Partnership, a NIST program that provides business and technical assistance to manufacturers
- Message exchange pattern, a communications protocol concept
- Multi-engine piston, a pilot's rating class
- Melanophlogite, a rare silicate mineral and polymorph of silica (SiO2).
- Mars Exploration Program, a NASA program for the exploration of Mars
- Motor evoked potentials, action potentials generated through direct stimulation of the cerebral motor cortex
- Medicines, Ethics and Practice, a handbook published by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain addressing legal and ethical concerns in Pharmacy Practice in the United Kingdom.
- Meopham railway station, England, station code MEP
- MEP, an unidentifiable mammalian creature found in the Odd Todd cartoon series & website.
- Multi Editor Project, a video project worked on by several editors
- Miki Egy Pöcs
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