INE, Ine or ine may refer to one of the following:

  • Institut für Nukleare Entsorgung
  • Instituto Nacional de Estadística (statistics body in a number of hispanophone countries)
  • Instituto Nacional de Estadísticas (statistics body in a number of hispanophone countries)
  • Instituto Nacional de Estatística (statistics body in Portugal)
  • INE, National Rail station code for Ince and Elton railway station, England
  • Instituto Nacional de Ecología (Mexican environmental research institution belonging to the Ministry of Environment)
  • Ine, Kyoto, a town in Japan
  • Ine of Wessex, a king of Wessex (688–726)
  • ine, the ISO 639-2 and ISO 639-5 codes for Indo-European languages
  • -ine, a suffix used in chemistry.

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Sláine: The Role Playing Game Of Celtic Heroes
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Anna Kristine Jahr Røine
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Conall Laeg Breg
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