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What does IE stand for?

IE stands for Initiating Event

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Investigators determined that the majority of evidence from the flight data recorder and both thermal and mechanical damage pointed to an initiating event in a single cell," the transportation safety panel said in a statement.
In this work, we show that one of the early changes in Alzheimer's neurons thought to be an initiating event in the course of the disease turns out not to be that significant," Goldstein said, adding that they discovered a different early event plays a bigger role.
He structures his presentation in four parts: he (1) introduces his interpretation of the parameters of political theology; (2) offers a historical context for the discipline's intellectual development: (3) describes the historical circumstances of the Shoah as the initiating event of contemporary political theology; and (4) looks at political theology from the standpoint of Scripture and the church.
Academic and administrative committees need to be present inside every school to ensure the personal development of students through counselling, weekly discussions between different student bodies and initiating events that cater to the creative abilities of the students such as days reserved for painting, drawing, music, writing, sports, etc.
If one or two of the 7 factors are positive and it is possible to identify the initiating event, treatment by reframing with suggestions in hypnosis may succeed in defusing the associated negative emotional impact associated with the psychosomatic component of the skin disorder.