Origin of pe-tsai
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How to use pe-tsai in a sentence
Business questions are raised—who starts a PE firm and bails on it in a matter of mere months?
Rather than dismissing these ideas as silly utopias, Tsai treats them as part of the American legal tradition.
For the Confederates, it was about racial dominance (or, as Tsai sometimes puts it, culture).
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.
"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.