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PEP

(1) (Packet Exchange Protocol) A Xerox protocol used internally by NetWare to transport internal Netware NCP commands (NetWare Core Protocols). It uses PEP and IPX for this purpose. Application programs use SPX and IPX.

(2) A high-speed modem protocol suited for cellular phone use from the now-defunct Telebit Corporation, Sunnyvale, CA.

(3) (Policy Enforcement Point) See COPS.
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Under the amendment, Bridgestone increased the offer price to acquire all the outstanding shares of common stock of Pep Boys from USD 15.
Philadelphia-based, Pep Boys, has been one of the country's automotive aftermarket chains since 1921.
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Mike Odell, president and chief executive of Pep Boys, said that the collapse of the deal would not deter the company from its goal to become the preferred automotive solutions providers for customers focused on value.
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Bob Vincent, principal at West Ranch, said he was excited by the students' spirit and energy at Thursday's pep rally, the first of four planned this football season.
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Apart from being able to spread risks on a global basis, it will be permissible to transfer part of a Pep to another Pep manager, and not just a whole Pep, as applies at present.
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A general PEP invests in a number of different shares, while a single company PEP includes the shares of just one specific company.