PEA

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Related to Portuguese East Africa: Mozambique, German East Africa
AcronymDefinition
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)
PEAPublic Entities of America (brokerage agency; Alpharetta, GA)
PEADepartamento de Energia e Automação Elétricas (Portugese; POLI - USP São Paulo, Brazil)
PEAPotentially Explosive Atmosphere
PEAPerformance Evaluation Audit
PEAPolicy Enforcement Agent
PEAProfessional Engineer and Architect
PEAPalestine Energy Authority
PEAPacific Energy Associates, Inc.
PEAPoint Evidence Analysis (writing guideline mnemonic)
PEAPeace Establishment Authority
PEAPlease Ensure Attendance
PEAProgram Element Administrator
PEAPublic Economic Agency
PEAProgramme Exoertise et Appui
PEAPHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) Extend Association (computer language forum)
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As well, the section on Portuguese East Africa is further expanded in this second guidebook, with a more detailed advertisement for the well- established Polana Hotel ("the holiday you've dreamed of--different and exciting!" 60), included.
(1955) Pegmatite mineral deposits of the Alto Ligonha area, Portuguese East Africa. [Abstract] Geological Society of America Bulletin, 66, no.
Nicknamed the Black Pearl, Eusebio born in Portuguese East Africa (now Mozambique) was the first African footballer to shine on the world stage and was regarded by many as the continent's greatest ever player.
(19) The term Estado da India only came into use in the mid-sixteenth century to designate the Portuguese sphere of influence from the Cape of Good Hope to Japan and the Moluccas; a royal decree of 19 April 1752 severed Mozambique from the jurisdiction of the crown representative in Goa and placed Portuguese east Africa under a captain general (Alexandre Lobato, Evolucao administrativa e economica de Mocambique, 1752-1763 (Lisbon: Agencia Geral do Ultramar, 1957)).
In 1898 Britain and Germany agreed on a partition of Portuguese East Africa. Within a few years, however, to British opinion it was the Germans rather than the Portuguese, Britain's war time ally, who were deemed unfit to exercise imperial responsibility in Africa and who were deprived of their colonies at the end of the First World War.
At one time Maputo, formerly Lorenco Marques, the colonial capital of Portuguese East Africa, was one of Africa's busiest seaports.
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