MORE than 5,200 dogs were killed in Irish pounds in the past 12 months, figures have shown yesterday.
What does IEP stand for?
IEP stands for Irish Pound (old currency code; replaced by EUR)
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- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 255 other meanings of IEP in our Acronym Attic
- International Expert Panel
- Internationally Educated Professional (Canada)
- Internet Enabled Phone
- Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (est. 1995)
- Internet Event Provider
- Interpreter Education Program
- Intervalo entre Partos (Portuguese: Interval between Parties)
- Invasive Exotic Plant (various organizations)
- Inverse Eigenvalue Problem
- Investor Education Program (various locations)
- Isoelectric Point
- Inner Envelope Protein of 110 Kilodaltons
- Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
- Independent Electron Pair Approximation
- Independent Energy Producers Association (also seen as IEP)
- Independent Energy Producers Association (also seen as IEPA)
- Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (University of Cape Coast; Ghana)
- Interim Economic Partnership Agreement (Europe and Africa)
- International Early Psychosis Association
- Indiana Equality Political Action Committee
Samples in periodicals archive:
More than 5,000 abandoned dogs are killed in Irish pounds each year because of a lack of homes.
4) Grace Boyle, 4, of Clinton, looks at the Irish pound cake her mother submitted.
Byline: Sarah Ivison An Irish pounds 5 note was given as change to a customer by a Teesside store, but refused as payment in the same store a week later.
And the smoothness of the transition was confirmed when people spent their last punts - Irish pounds - before it ceased to be legal tender at midnight.
He also bought 30 acres of land at Dublin Road in Drogheda, County Louth, and showed his financial credentials when he was able to stump up 100,000 Irish pounds for bail after being charged.
Traditionally the majority of layers at the Festival have accepted the Irish pound to accommodate the hordes of visitors from across the Irish Sea.
Ardagh's story is that it was jogging along as the dominant Irish glass bottle maker with a turnover in Irish pounds of over pounds 30m and a profit of pounds 5m in a good year.