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or P/E, PE, P-E, p-e
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How to use pe in a sentence
Business questions are raised—who starts a PE firm and bails on it in a matter of mere months?
Yet only about half of our schools now offer PE, and the average PE budget per school is just $750.
PE was one way of ensuring that every kid was getting some exercise.
I generally remember school physical education, PE, as a being a pain in the posterior.
The hosts on business cable channels refer to PE ratios and swap spreads, and no one laughs at them.Music Criticism Has Degenerated Into Lifestyle Reporting|Ted Gioia|March 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
"Some day Ko-pe-tah will find the way in here," laughed Old Solitary.Frank Merriwell's Bravery|Burt L. Standish
Wash-m-pe-shee, the Madman; a distinguished warrior; full length.
And would it not pe petter to be cooed friends without more of the matter?
"You have the authority of my extended hand," conceded Pe-lung readily, raising it as he spoke.
"I come to buy an imitation pig-tail to pass for one," replied Pe-lung, with quiet composure.