PEG

Short for polyethylene glycol. A conservation method for old waterlogged wood. Broken down cells are filled with this solution. Thus PEG replaces cellulose that has deteriorated from the wood. Without this treatment the wood would shrink and crack when dried. More info. More info.
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Peg

1. To maintain a pegged exchange rate; thus to set a currency's value within a narrow range. 2. The par value of a pegged exchange rate. 3. The regime of a pegged exchange rate.
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peg

[n] - small markers inserted into a surface to mark scores or define locations etc. 2. [n] - a prosthesis that replaces a missing leg 3. [n] - regulator that can be turned to regulate the pitch of the strings of a stringed instrument 4. [n] - a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds the oar in place and acts as a ful
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PEG

PE ratio divided percentage annual growth in earnings per share....more on PEG
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PEG

PEG: Stands for percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy, a surgical procedure for placing a feeding tube without having to perform an open laparotomy (operation on the abdomen). The aim of PEG is to feed those who cannot swallow. PEG may be done by a surgeon, otolaryngologist (ENT specialist) or gastroenterologist (GI specialist). It is done in a. hosp
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PEG

See polyethylene glycol.
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Peg

Peg noun [ Middle English pegge ; confer Swedish pigg , Danish pig a point, prickle, and English peak .] 1. A small, pointed piece of wood, used in fastening boards together, in attaching the soles of boots or shoes, etc.; as, a shoe peg . 2. A wood
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Peg

Peg transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Pegged ; present participle & verbal noun Pegging .] 1. To put pegs into; to fasten the parts of with pegs; as, to peg shoes; to confine with pegs; to restrict or limit clos
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Peg

Peg intransitive verb To work diligently, as one who pegs shoes; -- usually with on , at , or away ; as, to peg away at a task.
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Peg

Peg noun A drink of spirits, usually whisky or brandy diluted with soda water. [ India] « This over, the club will be visted for a ' peg ,' Anglice drink.» Harper's Mag.
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peg

1. A small, pointed piece of wood, used in fastening boards together, in attaching the soles of boots or shoes, etc.; as, a shoe peg. ... 2. A wooden pin, or nail, on which to hang things, as coats, etc. Hence, colloquially and figuratively: A support; a reason; a pretext; as, a peg to hang a claim upon. ... 3. One of the pins of a musical instrume
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peg

noun a wooden pin pushed or driven into a surface
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peg

tholepin noun a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds the oar in place and acts as a fulcrum for rowing
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peg

leg 2 pegleg noun a prosthesis that replaces a missing leg
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peg

(peg) a projecting structure. rete pegs rete ridges.
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Peg

• (n.) A drink of spirits, usually whisky or brandy diluted with soda water. • (n.) A small, pointed piece of wood, used in fastening boards together, in attaching the soles of boots or shoes, etc.; as, a shoe peg. • (n.) One of the pins of a musical instrument, on which the strings are strained. • (n.) One of the pins used for
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Peg

Peg is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Pearl` Where is it used? The name Peg is mainly used In English.It is an abbreviated form of Peggy, used In English.See also In English: Meg The name Peg doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Peg seems to be unique!
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Peg

1. To maintain a pegged exchange rate; thus to set a currency's value within a narrow range. 2. The par value of a pegged exchange rate. 3. The regime of a pegged exchange rate.
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Peg

[unit] A peg is an informal unit of measurement of alcoholic spirits; it is similar to a jigger. Peg measures for use in preparing alcoholic drinks can hold anywhere from 1 to 2 fluid ounces (30-60 ml). In some jurisdictions the "peg" is a standardized measure. ...
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Peg

[song] The song`s guitar solo was attempted by seven top session guitarists before Jay Graydon`s version became the "keeper". He worked on the song for about 6 hours before the band was satisfied. Rick Marotta played drums on the track. Michael McDonald can be heard providing backup vocals in the choruses; keyboardist Paul Griffin can also
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peg

  1. a wooden pin pushed or driven into a surface
  2. small markers inserted into a surface to mark scores or define locations etc.
  3. informal terms of the leg
  4. a prosthesis that replaces a missing leg
  5. regulator that can be turned to regulate the pitch of the strings of a stringed instrument
  6. a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat tha
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    Peg

    Peg is slang for a drink.
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    Peg

    Peg is slang for a drink.
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    PEG

    Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for polyethylene glycols.
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    peg

    Type: Term Pronunciation: peg Definitions: 1. A cylindrical projection.
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