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Le.For names beginning thus and not listed here, see second element; e.g., for Le Havre, see Havre, LeHavre, Le
, city (1990 pop. 195,932), Seine-Maritime dept., N France, in Normandy, at the mouth of the Seine River on the English Channel. It was founded in 1517 as Le Havre-de-Grâce by Francis I. Le Havre became a major seaport in the 19th cent.
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LE(1) (Less than or Equal to) See relational operator.
(2) (Local Exchange) See central office.
(3) (Little Endian) See byte order.
(2) (Low Energy) See Bluetooth LE.
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