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IED may refer to:
- Improvised explosive device, an explosive device often used in unconventional warfare
- Instantaneous electrical detonator, used to trigger an explosive device
- Intelligent electronic device, in the electric power industry
- Indogermanisches etymologisches Wörterbuch (Indo-European Etymological Dictionary), by Julius Pokorny
- Interlingua–English Dictionary, the first major presentation of Interlingua to the public
- Industry Exposure Database, estimating the total insured exposure to a peril in a region
- Infliction of Emotional Distress, a tort cause of action, falling under intentional torts
- Industrial Emissions Directive, a European Union directive
- Inter-ictal Epileptiform Discharge, a characteristic of epileptic seizures
- Intermittent explosive disorder, a mental health disorder
- Intestinal epithelial dysplasia, another name for congenital tufting enteropathy
- Information Engineering Directorate, now the Information Technology Directorate of the United Kingdom government Department of Trade and Industry
- Institute of Economic Development, the professional body for economic development practitioners
- Institute for Educational Development, at the Aga Khan University
- Institution of Engineering Designers, a UK Engineering Council ECUK registered professional society
- International Endowment for Democracy, a U.S. non-profit organization
- Istituto Europeo di Design, the European Institute of Design
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