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Public Expenditure Survey.

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Positioning Error Signal + Processor Enhancement Socket Processor Upgrade Socket

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(from the article `measurement system`) Roman linear measures were based on the Roman standard foot (pes). This unit was divided into 16 digits or into 12 inches. In both cases its length ...
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(pes) pl. pe´des Latin word meaning foot. In anatomy, it is used to denote the foot or any footlike part.
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Pes

[anatomy] The pes (Latin for foot) is the zoological term for the distal portion of the hind limb of tetrapod animals. It is the part of the pentadactyl limb that includes the metatarsals and digits (phalanges). During evolution, it has taken many forms and served a variety of functions. It can be represented by the foot of primates, the lo...
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Pes

[rural locality] Pes (Песь) is the name of several rural localities in Pesskoye Settlement of Khvoyninsky District in Novgorod Oblast, Russia. ...
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[unit] A pes (plural: pedes) is an ancient Roman unit of length that roughly corresponds to a foot. There are twelve unciae in one pes. One pes is 11.6 inches or 29.5 centimeters. There are 2.5 pedes in one gradus. ...
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Pes

Pes noun ; plural Pedes . [ Latin , the foot.] (Anat.) The distal segment of the hind limb of vertebrates, including the tarsus and foot.
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Pes

Foot. length unit of either 294 mm or 332 mm.
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Latin = foot.
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Pediatric Exercise Science [periodical, périodique]
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Pes

Pes is the scientific term for the foot (or foot-like part) of an animal.
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Pes

Pes: Latin word meaning foot.
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PES

Pôle Européen de Santé, European Health Center
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Public Electricity Supplier
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Type: Term Pronunciation: pes, pē′dis, -dēz Definitions: 1. Any footlike or basal structure or part. 2. Talipes. In this sense, pes is always qualified by a word expressing the specific type. Synonyms: foot1
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