Pen.

Pen.

abbr.
peninsula

Pen.

abbreviation for
(Physical Geography) Peninsula
References in classic literature ?
White Fang came to look forward eagerly to the gathering of the men around his pen.
Nor had she, like many persons of great intellect, confined herself to theory, or stopped short where practical usefulness begins; inasmuch as she could ingross, fair-copy, fill up printed forms with perfect accuracy, and, in short, transact any ordinary duty of the office down to pouncing a skin of parchment or mending a pen.
I have spent five hundred pounds this morning with a scrape of my pen.
Felix set to work on his letter, in a large scrambling handwriting, with plenty of ink and a noisy pen.
The two or three lines which follow contain fragments of words only, mingled with blots and scratches of the pen.
It is not my business to teach you to spell," said Gertrude, taking the pen.
In fact historians go so far as to say that back in the 19th century, 75 per cent of everything written in the world would have been written using a Birmingham-made pen.
A: I purchased my first Montblanc fountain pen more than 20 years ago from a jeweler in Honolulu who did not sell ink for the pen.
From current events to Broadway shows, cartoon characters and Bible stories, almost any design idea that comes to Medof and her team of 10 artists can become a miniature diorama, immortalized in specially made mineral oil and sealed in the upper barrel of a pen.
Also covered is the blendable copolymer, Hipertuf 86017, which contains more than 90% PEN.
Amoco Chemical's commitment to build a new facility in Decatur, AL capable of manufacturing commercial quantities of the latter monomer is one big reason for the current surge in interest in PEN.