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LEP is the Large Electron–Positron Collider, a particle accelerator.
LEP or Lep may also refer to:
- Light emitting plasma, or plasma lamps
- Light emitting polymer, or polymer light-emitting diodes.
- Light emitting pixels, theoretical technology wherein the pixel itself emits any profile of light within the visible spectrum to produce the image on the display.
- Lepus (constellation), an astronomical constellation
- Leptin, a gene
- Laser evoked potentials, in neuralgia
- Liberal Egyptian Party
- Local ecumenical partnership, or local ecumenical project
- Local enterprise partnership
- Lower Elements Police, a fictional police squad found in the Artemis Fowl series of children's novels
- Limited English proficiency, in English language learning and teaching
- Lancashire Evening Post, an English newspaper
- List of Effective Pages, (also LOEP) Used in documentation and publishing to identify relevance of pages in the documentation
- Lepidoptera, an order of insects that includes moths and butterflies
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