Term denoting Urban Exploration. Used as both a noun and a verb. The idea of urban adventure is also expressed via URBEX and URBANEX.
Let's UE the derelict old warehouse on Fifth Street tonight.

I'm acquainted with the tenets of UE. Today, I document for posterity what will vanish tomorrow.
by MothMan February 18, 2004
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User Error, from WikiPedia:

The phrase User Error or USR error, is a technical term asserting that any issues caused are the fault of the user. It is a euphemistic way to suggest that the device is neither flawed nor poorly designed for human usage, but the user does not understand how to make it work properly. It is generally used by computer techs to imply a lack of computer savvy, but can additionally be used in other contexts.

A number of IT professionals believe user error to be by far and away the most common cause of reported computer issues in the workplace. Common examples include attempting to enter a case-sensitive password with caps-lock on, clicking Yes on message boxes without reading them properly and deleting important files, forgetting to plug an ethernet cable into their laptop's network card when in the office, allowing sessions to timeout when using a web application and erroneous data entry.
User: My password doesn't work! I could log in yesterday...
Admin: Hmmm, must be UE...
by bastard operator May 15, 2008
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Ugly European. A play on the term used to describe Americans in some places in Europe. In this case, the term is based more upon looks than behavior, although both are generally booty.
Damn, that UE is busted!
by VNO March 13, 2008
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an acronym for the upper east side of Manhattan. The UES refers to 57th through 96th streets, east of 5th avenue. The avenues on the UES are: Madison, Park, Lexington, 3rd, 2nd, 1st, York, and East End.

The teenagers of the UES have a reputation for being very posh, stuck up, and wealthy. There are many infamous private schools on the UES, including Brearley, Chapin, Dalton, Spence, and Marymount. Brearley and Chapin have a huge rivalry. However, contrary to popular belief, the school called Constance-Billard, from the Gossip Girl series, was invented for the series, and does not exist in the real world.
girl 1: where do you go to school?

girl 2: I go to The Brearley School, on the UES.
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UES is an abbreviation for Upper East Side. Used by New York City dwellers to describe that part of the city.
My friend John is dating some chic who lives on the UES.
by Streamwalker August 20, 2004
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"Ues, ues it is."
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