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peg

1. Informal a person's leg
2. Northern English dialect a tooth
3. Brit a small drink of wine or spirits, esp of brandy or whisky and soda
4. a mountaineering piton
5. Croquet a post that a player's ball must strike to win the game
6. Angling a fishing station allotted to an angler in a competition, marked by a peg in the ground

Peg

A tapered cylindrical wooden pin that is driven through a hole to hold two or more members together.

peg

[peg]
(engineering)
A small pointed or tapered piece, often cylindrical, used to pin down or fasten parts.
A projection used to hang or support objects.
(metallurgy)

peg

1. A pointed pin of wood, metal, or any other material; usually used as a fastener.
2. A cylindrical piece of wood used as a dowel pin to fasten wood members.
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While the PEG ratio may seem to be a useful tool in identifying relatively undervalued stocks particularly in a bull market where P/E ratios tend to be inflated, there are fundamental limitations to this concept that lessen its reliability.
Hugh Whalan, CEO of PEG Africa, commented, "With this funding, PEG Africa will be able to reach a major milestone of extending energy and financing to half a million people.
PEG-2a-treated patients with a BMI < 30 had a significantly better SVR (57%) than patients with a BMI 30, the SVRs for both PEG formulations were the same (30%).
Salama and Abdel-Megid12 found that peg shaped maxillary lateral incisors were present in 9% of the Saudi Arabia sample.
Firstly, GCC countries have successfully maintained the fixed peg over several decades, in times of both high and low oil prices, which has served the region as an anchor for monetary policy stability.
The question of whether these dysphagic stroke patients with severe disabilities should have PEG insertion, and whether there is a benefit in terms of mortality and quality of life remains a difficult clinical and ethical dilemma for physicians and families.
The average axial force required to extract each peg design in both the low and high density polyurethane blocks is described in Figure 3.
Ellenabad (30000 MT Hafed PEG Mithisurera + 164450 MT PEG Nimla)
A B C were the complex samples of hesperidin and PEG 6000.
Put your hook through the centre of the second peg up in the chain and loop this band forward.
In a close match Dave Walker of Daiwa Cleveland came third with 12lb 6oz from peg 143, then came Steve Wilson of Yarm, with 11lb 14oz (peg 185) and Shotton's Russ Hodgson with 11lb 5oz (peg 165).
The alignment goes due friction forces when the peg is in a contact with bushing.