Pee Dee


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

Pee Dee

or

Great Pee Dee,

river, c.435 mi (700 km) long, rising in the Blue Ridge, W N.C., and flowing NE then SE to Winyah Bay, S.C. It is called the Yadkin until it is joined by the Uharie River W of Troy, N.C. Several hydroelectric power plants are on the river in North Carolina.
References in periodicals archive ?
'This slow-moving, powerful storm will bring hurricane- and tropical-storm-force winds, and rain, over a large area of our coastal, Pee Dee and Triangle regions.'
Stream gauges across the region showed water levels rising steadily, with forecasts calling for rivers to crest Sunday and Monday at or near record levels: The Little River, the Cape Fear, the Lumber, the Neuse, the Waccamaw and the Pee Dee were all projected to burst their banks, possibly flooding nearby communities.
In deciding a case of first impression in Pee Dee Health Care, P.A.
Securities and Exchange Commission, assigned a 'AA-' rating to the series 2018 bonds issued by the South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority on behalf of McLeod Regional Medical Center of the Pee Dee, Inc.
A 30-year radio industry veteran who most recently served as VP/Market Manager for Cumulus Media's Lafayette, La., station group is heading to the Pee Dee region of South Carolina.
The Pee Dee River is the largest tributary to the Waccamaw River and streamflow data from the closest gauge to the Hagley Landing site (the Pee Dee River at Pee Dee, South Carolina, gauge--approximately 90 km upstream of the salinity sites) are also shown.
Annotated, the documents are presented chronologically, from the first slave rebellion in North America in 1526 near the Pee Dee River, to the first few generations of black South Carolinians and the transformation of Africans into African Americans through the Stono Rebellion of 1739, to the implications of a growing black majority and the passage of a new slave code, the negotiated terrain between African Americans and whites within the plantation regime, and the development of the African American culture through the late antebellum period.
The international standard for carbon is a limestone found in a geological formation called Pee Dee, North Carolina, USA, whose abbreviation is PDB (Pee Dee Belemnite), and has [sup.13]C / [sup.12]C (R) molar ratio of 0.01124.
d%oPDB (Pee Dee Belemnite) is the unit determining the [sup.13]C[O.sub.2] content within the total pool of the exhaled carbon dioxide relative to the international standard of the [sup.13]C:[sup.12]C isotope proportion--the calcium carbonate of the fossil Belemnitella of the cretaceous Pee Dee formation is South Carolina (USA).
American Red Cross of Pee Dee will receive USD50,000, Harvest Hope of the Pee Dee will receive USD25,000 and Eastern Carolina Community Foundation will receive USD25,000.
Community Facilities: United Methodist Manor of the Pee Dee Florence, S.C.
The SC Faith Community Nurses Association (SCFCNA) in conjunction with Pee Dee AHEC is offering the Foundations for Faith Community Course that teaches the principles and practices of Health Ministries and Faith Community Nursing.