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peh

(peɪ)
n
(Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) the seventeenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet
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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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Shares of Primeline are listed for trading on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol PEH.
On welcoming Lawrence Peh's appointment, Chairman for Consulus Global Network, Shiraz Latiff said: "We are very excited to welcome Lawrence Peh to our team to head our PlaceCore proposition in ASEAN.
Another important mechanism underlying PEH is post-exercise vasodilation.
Some studies have shown that PEH is more evident in hypertensive patients, and its magnitude and duration are linked to factors such as intensity, duration and type of exercise performed, and PEH can last for up to 24 hrs post exercise (7,9,23).
The literatures' focus was mainly on the prevalence of PEH on the general population over the past decades (2-4).
All these data highlight the current emerging development about the knowledge concerning biochemical and clinical behaviour of EH in general and PEH in particular and can lead to greater understanding of the molecular pathways in the tumor and great advances in potential therapies.
There are about 6 cases of type IV PEH till date reporting ileum as content, with jejunum having never been reported as content in PEH.
Phytochemical and pharmacological studies revealed that EH, PEH exerted significant diaphoretic, antitussive, and antiasthmatic effects, and MEH exerted primary antitussive and antiasthmatic effects.
[1] It has also been reported that an acute bout of dynamic physical exercise involving large muscle mass also results in lowering of BP lasting for 12-16 h in the postexercise period, known as postexercise hypotension (PEH).