PESHA


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PESHAPublic Employees Safety and Health Act (New York)
PESHAPittsburgh East Suburban Homeschoolers Association (est. 1987)
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rebellion--in Hebrew, pesha. Man rejects God by rejecting his order.
Joseph Taub and Pesha Rosenberg arranged the financing for this transaction;
Pesha - a barrister from the United Kingdom - has written 'Trouble Down the Tunnel' which mixes the themes of international criminal activity and parental separation.
180), Pesha e kryqit (1991), and Invitation a l'atelier de l'ecrivain suivi de la poids de la croix (1991; see WLT 66:2, p.
CCP [contemporary conceptual photography] - Until July 4, Pesha Nikolova Hall
COUNTRYSIDE: Ronald Pesha's "Cash and Carry" (May/June 2008) was full of solid advice--things that used to be common sense, but now are uncommon virtues--but I was distressed at the secondary theme, "Stop making rich people richer."
"We're not all telling the same stories," says Pesha Rudnick, artistic director of Local Theater Company.