Mie may refer to:
- International Air Transport Association airport code for Delaware County Airport near Muncie, Indiana
- Mie Prefecture, Japan
- Mie Kotsu, a public transportation company that operates local and long-distance buses in Mie prefecture, Japan
- Mie District, Mie, a district of Japan
- Mie, Ōita, a town of Japan
- Mie University, in Tsu, Mie, Japan
- Mie (pose), a pose in Kabuki theatre
- Minimally invasive education, how children learn in unsupervised environments
- Mie theory or Mie scattering, a solution of Maxwell's equations for the scattering of electromagnetic radiation
- Mie Shindou, a fictional character from Strike Witches
- Meta Information Encapsulation, a file format used by ExifTool
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... NHK Tsu Broadcasting Station TV NHK NHK-FM 81.8 MHz FM Mie FM Broadcasting (radio Cube FM Mie) JFN, 78.9 MHz FM ...
... In 1692, the building was occupied by the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres and the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture, which in 1699 held the first of a series of salons ... The Académie remained at the Louvre for 100 years ...
Famous quotes containing the word mie:
“Mie love ys dedde,
Gon to hys death-bedde,
Al under the wyllowe tree.
Waterre wytches, crownede wythe reytes,
Bere mee to yer leathalle tyde.
I die; I comme; mie true love waytes.
Thos the damselle spake, and dyed.”
—Thomas Chatterton (17521770)