PE

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AcronymDefinition
PEPeru
PEPhysical Education
PEProfessional Engineer
PEPrice to Earnings (ratio)
PEPerformance Evaluation
PEPer Esempio (Italian: For Example)
PEProbable Error
PEPress Enterprise (newspaper)
PEProfessional Engineer (National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying)
PEPort Elizabeth (South Africa)
PEProvider Edge (IETF RFC 2547)
PEPractice Expense (Medicare/Medicaid payments)
PEPrivate Equity
PEPortable Executable
PEProject Engineer
PEProgram Element (Army financial)
PEPremature Ejaculation (male condition)
PEPublic Enemy
PEPotential Energy
PEPrince Edward Island (Canada)
PEProfessional Edition (usually describing software)
PEPor Ejemplo (Spanish: For Example)
PEPernambuco (Brazil)
PEPersonal Edition
PEPhysical Examination
PEProcessing Element
PEPublic Education
PEPolyethylene
PEPor Exemplo (Portuguese: For Example)
PEPlain Edge
PEPlanet Earth
PEPlatinum Edition
PEProcess Equipment
PEPeterborough (postcode, United Kingdom)
PEPerkinElmer (Massachusetts)
PEPhosphatidylethanolamine (lipid)
PEPellet
PEPreliminary Engineering
PEPhoto-Etched
PEParlamento Europeo (Italian: European Parliament)
PEPrincipal Engineer
PEPermanent Establishment
PEProcess Engineer
PEPerjantai (Finnish: Friday)
PEProgram Evaluation
PEPhiladelphia Eagles
PEPersonal Effects (US DoD)
PEPulmonary Embolism
PEProduction Engineering
PEProgramming Environment (computer programming)
PEProfessional Ethics
PEPhenylephrine
PEPrinciples and Practice of Engineering
PEProfesseur des Écoles (French: School Teacher)
PEPotential Evapotranspiration (ecology)
PEPulmonary Edema
PEParasite Eve (video game)
PEPlant and Equipment
PEParse Error
PEPenis Erection
PEPreinstallation Environment (Microsoft Windows)
PEPersonalentwicklung
PEPleural Effusion (excess pleural cavity fluid)
PEPlans Examiner
PEProduct Engineer
PEProtestant Episcopal
PEPhysical Exertion
PEPrimavera Estate (Fashion, Italy)
PEPericardial Effusion
PEPelvic Exam
PEPetroleum Engineer
PEPreliminary Evaluation (EPA)
PEPoint Estimate
PEPower Engineer
PEPeripheral Equipment
PEPeace Enforcement (US DoD)
PEPharmacoeconomics (cost management analytical tool)
PEProcessing Engine
PEParity Error
PEPescara, Abruzzo (Italian province)
PEProbability of Error
PEProstate Enlargement
PEPin Electronics (various companies)
PEProject Executive
PEPlasma Exchange
PEProtective Earth (electrical units safety measure)
PEPeriodic Inspection
PEPulse Engineering (various locations)
PEPerformance Efficiency
PEProjet d'Établissement (French: School Project)
PEProject Entropia (game)
PEPlain End
PEPeer Educators
PEPhosphoethanolamine
PEPresumptive Eligibility
PEPlayboy Enterprises
PEPilot Error (aircraft)
PEPunctuated Equilibrium
PEPeclet Number
PEPost Entry
PEPhysical Entity
PEPancreatic Enzyme
PEPractical Exercise
PEPermanent Employee
PEPopulation Equivalent
PEPacific Electric Railway
PEPhase Encoding
PEProject Estimator
PEProblem of Evil (philosophy)
PEPrinter's Error
PEParabolic Equation
PEProcessor Elements
PEPouvoir Executif (French)
PEProtein Explorer
PEProgram Engineer
PEParticulate Emission
PEPartial Evaluation (computer languages)
PEProcurement Executive
PEPrecision Engagement (time sensitive targeting)
PEPrivate Exchange
PEPrimitive Equation
PEPolicy Element
PEPeacetime Establishment (US DoD)
PEParallax Error
PEPort Engineer
PEPeking Express
PEPush Enteroscopy
PEPremier Executive
PEPermian Extinction (geological event)
PEProbability of Exceedance (seismic risk analysis)
PEProbability of Exceedance (earthquake
PEPrice Exception (various companies)
PEPropulsion Equipment
PEProtocol Elements (ITU-T)
PEPeace Establishment
PEPenerase (Hyper Logo command)
PEPermanent Echo (radar)
PEPlanning Estimate
PEProject Ego (game)
PEPreceding Event
PEPotential Excess
PEProbability of Bit Error
PEPipeline Execution
PEPreço de Exercício (Portuguese: Exercise Price)
PEPotential Earth (earth Ground point in an electrical circuit)
PEParasite Energy
PEPhycoerytherin
PEPressure Equalizer
PEPure Enantiomer (crystals)
PEProtective Entrance
PEPTF in Error
PEPair Equipment
PEPotential Electrode
PEPolychromatic Erythroblast
PEProbability Equivalence
PEPrecision Echo
PEPeoples' Elbow (wrestling finishing move)
PEPhase Estimator
PEPerceptual Energy
PEPyetlyakov (Soviet aircraft designer)
PEPermitted Explosive (mining)
PEPreferred Elite (insurance)
PEPlant Emulator
PEPreliminary Exploitation
PEPhysical Inventory, Ending
PEPAMRI Emulator HWCI
PEParity Even/Enable
PEPedal Exungulation (the clipping of toenails)
PEProving-Period Emergency
PEPervasive Expression
PEProgressiewe Enkefalopatie
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Shen said the Permian extinction could shed light on how global warming today might lead to the next mass extinction.
THE GREAT PERMIAN EXTINCTION: The event wiped out about 95% of all marine species.
The temperatures in Seoul and Tokyo this July were unprecedented, perhaps since the Permian extinction. And this heatwave, which kills the poor, the working classes and the ill disproportionately, came on top of unprecedented floods in western Japan that killed about 200 people.
The trees disappeared and the landscape went bleak after one of the largest mass extinctions in our Earth's geologic history known as the Great Permian Extinction.
A suspected die-off of roughly 75 percent of land species didn't accompany the Permian extinction around 252 million years ago, a team of geologists contends.
THE FUTURIST: There's evidence that we may be on the verge of a mass extinction event as large as the Permian extinction that took place millions of years ago.
The late Permian extinction (LPE) wiped out more than 90 per cent of ocean life and 70 per cent of life on land.
The calamity that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, and the Permian extinction 251 million years ago, were far more severe.
The Permian extinction and the Tethys; an exercise in global geology.
Scientists are still arguing about the precise causes of the Permian extinction, but a likely suspect is a vast outbreak of volcanic activity which formed the Siberian Traps (3) at about that time, belching so much C[O.sub.2] into the atmosphere that the seas turned sharply acid.
Reptiles dominated vertebrate life on Earth for almost 200 million years, spanning the period from the great Permian extinction about 248 million years ago to the mass extinction at the end of the Cretaceous, 65 million years ago
About 250 million years ago, 95 percent of the species on the planet died off in what is called the Permian extinction. The cause now appears to have been a temperature increase within the range of that predicted for human-caused global warming.