PEHA

AcronymDefinition
PEHAPersonnel and Equipment Holding Area
PEHAPlano East Hockey Association (Texas)
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At the start of Peha Nieto's term in 2012, his administration reported that 26,121 people had disappeared since 2006.
Peha, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University who runs a research lab focused on wireless and broadband networks.
Following the tragic blunders of incompatible emergency radio equipment following the terrorist attack on September 11th, 2001 and the lack of coordination amid Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, the federal government has been procedurally and technologically investigating methods by which radio communications between first responders may be improved for disasters requiring cross-organizational and jurisdictional efforts (Peha, 2006).
Peha, "Protocols Can Make Traffic Appear Self-Similar", Department of Engineering and Public Policy.
Saadiah Cherniak expressed a similar sentiment in his correspondence with Ness Peha, who was one of the key players in creating a California chapter of the Friends several years later.
Silvia Gomez-Zorrilla, Carmen Ardanuy, Jaime Lora-Tamayo, Jordi Camara, Dolors Garcia-Somoza, Carmen Peha, and Javier Ariza
Other board members include: Greg Lili of DeLille Cellars, Woodinville; Paul Champoux of Champoux Vineyards, Prosser; Stephanie Meier of Stoel Rives, Seattle; Jamie Peha of Peha Promotions LLC, Kenmore; Bill Shibley of Northwest Farm Credit Services, Pasco; Bradley Walker of Walker and Associates, Seattle; and Mark Wheeler of Saddle Mountain Vineyards, Seattle.
Delgado-Moreno and Peha [53] added vermicompost derived from olive cake to soils contaminated with herbicides.
Peha, "Quantifying the Costs of a Nationwide Broadband Public Safety Wireless Network," Proceedings of the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, 2008.