PETA

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AcronymDefinition
PETAPeople for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
PETAPeople Eating Tasty Animals (parody web site)
PETAPrimary English Teaching Association (Australia)
PETAPembela Tanah Air (Defenders of the Fatherland, Indonesian volunteer army)
PETAPentaerythritol Triacrylate (chemistry)
PETAPetrographical Analysis Report (energy exploration)
PETAPeople Euthanizing Trusting Animals
PETAPlease Explain This Acronym
PETAPrimary Elementary Teachers' Association
PETAPolling Every Time Approach
PETAPower-Efficient Target Array (computer algorithm)
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Newtown, NSW: Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETTA).
Our very own ALEA, along with the Primary English Teaching Association Australia and the Australian Association for Teachers of English, has been involved in the writing of teaching units that teachers may access freely from the Reading Australia website.
(1) This 'environmental communications' project is conducted by the Primary English Teaching Association in collaboration with the Murray-Darling Basin Commission (MDBC), and involves participation from around 400 primary schools across the Murray-Darling Basin each year.
Publisher: PETAA (Primary English Teaching Association, Australia)
Marrickville, NSW: Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA).
They include information about the Basin, 'largely as background for teachers' to develop '[children's] understanding of how their locality fits into the larger picture of the Murray-Darling catchment area' (The Primary English Teaching Association & The Murray-Darling Basin Commission 1993, p.
Publisher: Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA), 2015
e:update 004, e:lit: Primary English Teaching Association, Marrickville, NSW, pp.
Play and Literacy in Children's Worlds Bronwyn Beecher and Leonie Arthur Primary English Teaching Association, Newtown, Australia.
Newtown, Australia: Primary English Teaching Association.
Newtown, NSW, Australia: Primary English Teaching Association.
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