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pec

 (pĕk)
n. Slang
A pectoral muscle: "Beneath those pecs there beats a heart" (Leon Wieseltier).

[Short for pectoral.]

pec

(pɛk)
n
(Anatomy) (usually plural) informal short for pectoral muscle
Translations
rintalihas
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PEC, after attaining the full signatory status of Washington Accord of International Engineering Alliance (IEA) last year in June 2017, has applied for the final review of PEC membership of International Professional Engineering Agreement (IPEA) to facilitate across border mobility of engineering graduates from Pakistan.
Besides engineering education, the PEC also has to regulate consultants, contractors and professional engineers' registration while facilitating the engineering sector.
During this visit Dr Gue will observe the registration of engineers and their continuing professional development (CPD) system of PEC.
One could hardly differ from the excellent objectives set forth for it in the PEC Act.
Issuing a statement, PEC has disclosed that its plans to set up several facilities covering an area of five to seven acres and added that each of the sites will have capacity to produce clean energy of as much as 998 kilowatts (kW).
He said that by visiting UET Peshawar, the PEC chairman has fulfilled a long desire of visit by PEC chairman.
In partnering with Philips, PEC now carries an array of digital signage display models with features from TV tuners (Wi-Fi capable), and 350 plus nit displays to a variety of sizes.
The amount would be generated by the PEC from its own resources, the Adviser to PEC, Engr G.
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The PEC further says, "Despite the fact that readily consumer-separated items such as soda and milk bottles are collected and recycled at increasing rates, the majority of plastics simply cannot be recycled for a variety of reasons including contamination, collection and logistics costs, second end-use limitations, etc.
Regarding the PM&D Section, Young said the PEC is seeking input from that section and the General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section on whether PM&D could become part of the latter section or of another Bar committee.
The PEC is further refined at this stage in the EMEA assessment by taking into account the pharmaceutical company's projected sales forecast for the drug.