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PEAPalmitoylethanolamide (endogenous fatty acid amide)
PEAProvincial Electricity Authority (Thailand)
PEAPhenylethylamine
PEAPoblación Económicamente Activa (Spanish: Economically Active Population; economics)
PEAPlan d'Epargne en Actions (French stock thrift)
PEAPhillips Exeter Academy (secondary school)
PEAProgrammatic Environmental Assessment (US FEMA)
PEAPulseless Electrical Activity
PEAPopulação Economicamente Ativa (Portuguese: Economically Active Population)
PEAPrivate Employment Agency (various locations)
PEAPotenciales Evocados Auditivos (Spanish: Auditory Evoked Potentials)
PEAProgressive Education Association (est. 1919)
PEAPolitical Education and Action (various organizations)
PEAPrevention of Elder Abuse (various locations)
PEAParliamentary Elections Act (various locations)
PEAPublic Education Agency (various locations)
PEAPreliminary Economic Analysis
PEAProfessional Employees Association (Canada)
PEAPreferred Email Address (various schools)
PEAPhosphoethanolamine
PEAPreschool Education Aid (New Jersey)
PEAPublic Employment Agency
PEAPortuguese East Africa (now Mozambique)
PEAProgram Environmental Assessment
PEAPrincess Elisabeth Antarctica (research station)
PEAPreliminary Environmental Assessment
PEAPreliminary Endangerment Assessment
PEAPriority Employment Area (Australia)
PEAPublic Education Advocates
PEAPolyether Amine (automotive fuel additive)
PEAPhoenix East Aviation (flight school; Florida)
PEAProjeto Esperança Animal (Brazil, Portuguese)
PEAPlanning Enabling Act (various locations)
PEAPocket Ethernet Adapter
PEAProgram Effectiveness Assessment (California)
PEAPreemptive Attack
PEAPersonalized Email Account (University of Texas at Dallas)
PEAProtected Earnings Amount (child support; Australia)
PEAPersonal Energy Absorber (fall protection)
PEAPsychic Entertainers Association
PEApoly ethyl acrylate
PEAProgramme d'Études en Allemagne (French: Study Program in Germany)
PEAPersonal Email Assistant
PEAPlymouth Education Association (Plymouth, IN)
PEAPrimary Education Advisor
PEAPlanning Emphasis Area
PEAPalestinian Engineers Association
PEAProcurement Executives' Association
PEAPoudre Education Association (Colorado)
PEADepartamento de Energia e Automação Elétricas (Portugese; POLI - USP São Paulo, Brazil)
PEAPublic Entities of America (brokerage agency; Alpharetta, GA)
PEAPotentially Explosive Atmosphere
PEAPolicy Enforcement Agent
PEAPerformance Evaluation Audit
PEAPacific Energy Associates, Inc.
PEAProfessional Engineer and Architect
PEAPalestine Energy Authority
PEAPoint Evidence Analysis (writing guideline mnemonic)
PEAPeace Establishment Authority
PEAPlease Ensure Attendance
PEAProgram Element Administrator
PEAProgramme Exoertise et Appui
PEAPublic Economic Agency
PEAPHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) Extend Association (computer language forum)
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let 'em have it.' 'Hoora!' sings out the others, and fill their mouths choke-full of peas to last the whole line.
Tiare, when I told her this story, praised my prudence, and for a few minutes we worked in silence, for we were shelling peas. Then her eyes, always alert for the affairs of her kitchen, fell on some action of the Chinese cook which aroused her violent disapproval.
It would have been worth any price if the father of this hopeful youth could have stepped on board some time, and seen him standing high on the fore-castle, pea jacket, tasseled red fez, buckskin patch and all, placidly contemplating the ocean--a rare spectacle for any body's drawing-room.
Now it was plain that the lady must be a real Princess, since she had been able to feel the three little peas through the twenty mattresses and twenty feather beds.
The three peas were however put into the cabinet of curiosities, where they are still to be seen, provided they are not lost.
They found the ashes scattered by the wind, but the peas and lentils had sprouted, and grown sufficiently above the ground, to guide them in the moonlight along the path.
"I don't know what I wouldn't sooner have had happen," thought Marilla, as she nervously shelled the peas. "Of course, I don't suppose she meant to steal it or anything like that.
The peas and potatoes might have been a bit softer, but we all had good teeth, so that did not matter much: and as for the gravy, it was a poem - a little too rich, perhaps, for a weak stomach, but nutritious.
Nothing was left of either of them except their bones, which rattled in the battered golden armour like dry peas in a pod.
Though the conversation was very incoherent and Vera was angry at the intrusion of the masculine element, both husband and wife felt with satisfaction that, even if only one guest was present, their evening had begun very well and was as like as two peas to every other evening party with its talk, tea, and lighted candles.
peas so late!" -- for I continued to plant when others had begun to hoe -- the ministerial husbandman had not suspected it.
1.33 Peas for seed ................................