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AcronymDefinition
PEERPublic Employees for Environmental Responsibility
PEERPacific Earthquake Engineering Research (Center at University of California, Berkeley)
PEERPhysician's Evaluation and Educational Review in Emergency Medicine
PEERPartnership for European Environmental Research
PEERProgram for Extraordinary Experience Research (John E. Mack Institute)
PEERPublic Entity EMS Resource
PEERProject on Equal Education Rights
PEERPermit Engineering Evaluation Report
PEERPerformance Efficiency Evaluation Report
PEERPrice Escalation Estimated Rate(s)
PEERPredictive Eye Estimation Regression
PEERPi Eta Engagement Resource (Pi Eta Consulting Company; Singapore)
References in classic literature ?
Matters being thus adjusted, his lordship took his leave, and the ladies retired to rest, where Mrs Fitzpatrick entertained her cousin with many high encomiums on the character of the noble peer, and enlarged very particularly on his great fondness for his wife; saying, she believed he was almost the only person of high rank who was entirely constant to the marriage bed.
But he had been unable to send to Albert the following particulars, as the events had transpired after the messenger's departure; namely, that the same day a great agitation was manifest in the House of Peers among the usually calm members of that dignified assembly.
One of the noble peers, who was familiar with the Arabic language, having studied it during the famous Egyptian campaign, followed with his eye as the translator read aloud: --
I learn all in the silence of my apartments, -- for instance, I see all the newspapers, every periodical, as well as every new piece of music; and by thus watching the course of the life of others, I learned what had transpired this morning in the House of Peers, and what was to take place this evening; then I wrote.
Increasing options and aspirations held by students with disabilities through relationships with others in the roles of mentor, adviser, role model or peer supporter can have a significant impact on self-esteem, career options and potential for lifelong growth.
The survey asked respondents to indicate how strongly their peer group would approve or disapprove if they said they wanted to engage in each of twenty leisure activities.
A number of law enforcement agencies currently use peer supporters to help employees prevent and deal with stress.
These horizontal loops represent peer groups -- the mail room, the plant down the road, the computer programmers, employees with less than two years' service, female employees, the sweepers on the second shift or the Haitians whose English is a second language.
However, there are rules of privilege that will protect other classes of documents, such as most peer review records, once a proper basis is established for the claim of privilege.
In the typical procedure, if an employee can't get a problem solved by talking to his or her boss and following the normal chain of command, he or she can elect to use the peer review process for a final and binding resolution.
The academic side of the social responsibility dimension reflected following classroom rules, whereas the peer side meant keeping promises and commitments to peers.
The accounting profession developed, administered and monitored the first peer review programs in the 1970s and '80s and several state boards instituted mandatory peer review programs during the 1980s.