CE

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CE, Ce, ce, or variants may refer to:

Business[edit]

  • CE marking (stylized CЄ), a mandatory administrative marking asserting conformity with relevant standards, applied certain products offered for sale within the European Economic Area;
  • Customer equity, the total combined customer lifetime values of all of the company's customers
  • Combustion Engineering, a former American manufacturer of power systems
  • Nationwide Airlines (South Africa) (IATA airline designator CE)

Calendar[edit]

  • Common Era or Current Era (abbreviated CE), an alternative term to Anno Domini (AD)

Education[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Job titles[edit]

Languages[edit]

Organizations[edit]

  • Church of England, the state church of the U.K. and mother church of the Anglican Communion, also referred to as the C of E
  • Command element (United States Marine Corps), headquarters component of U.S. Marine Corps Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF)
  • European Community, (French: Communauté Européenne, Portuguese: Comunità Europea, Portuguese: Comunidade Europeia, Romanian: Comunitatea Europeană, Spanish: Comunidad Europea)

Places[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

Computing[edit]

  • Central European, an alternate name for Windows-1250
  • Cheat Engine, a system debugger and cheating tool
  • Clear Entry, a button on a standard electronic calculator that clears the last number entered
  • c.e., a common abbreviation for Computably enumerable, a property of some sets in computability theory
  • Congestion Experienced, a protocol element of the Explicit Congestion Notification data networking protocol
  • Customer edge router, a router at the customer premises that is connected to a Multi-protocol Label Switching network
  • Windows CE, a version of the Windows operating system designed for mobile devices

Other uses in science and technology[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Copy editing, improving the formatting, style, and accuracy of text

See also[edit]

  • Œ (OE ligature)
  • (U-20A0, European Currency Unit) (former)