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peh

(peɪ)
n
(Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) the seventeenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet

pe

or peh

(peɪ)

n., pl. -pes or -pehs.
the 17th letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
[1895–1900; < Hebrew pē, akin to peh mouth]

p/e

price-earnings ratio.

PE

1. physical education.
2. Prince Edward Island, Canada.
3. printer's error.
4. Statistics. probable error.
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14) did not observe a difference in PEH between low (40%) and high intensity (80%) RT.
The occurrence of PEH was also analyzed once it was hypothesized that RE would promote a higher cardiovascular and metabolic stress, resulting in a significant PEH effect in the T2D subjects.
The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of upper and lower body resistance exercise on PEH between NT and PHT men.
This study indicates that isotonic handgrip exercise performed for 20 min at an intensity of 30% MVC at a compression cycle of 12 contractions/min cannot cause PEH in the postexercise period.
Based on the terms of the Gas Sale Agreement and McDaniel's view of the sale price in the Report, together with the development costs spent to date and commercial arrangements made by PEH, as of 1 January 2015, the estimated net present value after tax (at a discount rate of 10%) for the 49% stake in the LS36-1 field (assuming the completion of the PPC Acquisition) is approximately US$294 million (2P - proved and probable reserves).
However, whether or not plyometric exercise results in a PEH response is relatively unknown.
Na area 2 os tres penetrometros diagnosticaram a camada de maior compactacao por volta de 0,35 a 0,45 m, e a tendencia das curvas de IC ao longo do perfil se mostra semelhante, especialmente entre PI e PEH, porem o PI apresenta reducao no valor do IC aos 0,30 m de profundidade.
PEH syrup is used for relieving congestion, cough and preventing or treating symptoms such as runny nose, sneezing, itching of the nose and throat, watery eyes due to colds, flu, or hay fever [2].
Verruciform or papillomatous PEH is difficult to separate diagnostically from verrucous squamous carcinoma.
Discussion: To assess objectively the program's success in preparing fellows for leadership careers in PEH, we conducted a mailed survey in 2006 with follow-up in 2007.
PEH is generally considered to be the result of an unusual from of thrombus organization, exhibiting excessive papillary endothelial proliferation that is usually confined to the lumen of preexisting vessels or vascular malformations.