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Synonyms for pep

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Synonyms for pep

liveliness and energy

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PEP 2.5 MHz direct superimposed ground-ground on f75-90mm 1.00 (pcs)
"Pep would speak with you, or with anyone, and 100 per cent he would learn something from the conversation.
Many will say the Pep phenomenon is a fake one, because he buys his successes.There is no doubt that Manchester City has some of the worlds richest shareholders, and that its manager can buy pretty much any player he wants.
Only one patient, a breastfeeding mother, sought medical care after an exposure (Table), but she declined PEP after receiving wound treatment for multiple severe bites to her hand and arm by a stray dog.
Pep Guardiola wears a strip of yellow ribbon and the FA charge him.
You could open up the debate to include all those illustrious managers who were christened Joseph although I'm struggling to imagine anyone addressing Joe Kinnear as 'Pep'.
Pep Boys is a wholly owned subsidiary of Icahn Automotive Group LLC.
He said: "Shaikh Mansour is approaching this year particularly with a lot of expectations and I am working very hard to make sure that together with Pep, with our management team, Ferran [Soriano], Txiki [Begiristiain], Brian [Marwood] and the rest of our organisation, we're going to do everything possible to make sure this team is well set for a hugely successful season next year."
The lawsuit alleges the agencies have refused to disclose how PEP practices differ from Secure Communities' policies and how PEP was implemented.
Pep Boys, headquartered in Philadelphia, has been an automotive aftermarket chains since 1921.
The PEP ecopassport program is an international program compliant with the requirements of the ISO 14025 standard (Environmental Product Declarations).
While the responses from the sample that was surveyed provided insight on cyclist's beliefs about PEP use, the appropriate population was not targeted for this study considering the survey questions.
Positive Expiratory Pressure (PEP) therapy involves the application of a resistance to expiration in order to produce positive airway pressure (Darbee et al 2004).
Changes in the recommended drugs in preferred postexposure prophylaxis (PEP) regimens should make them easier to tolerate than earlier regimens and may increase the proportion of health care workers who are able to complete the 28-day treatment, Dr.
The foregoing is one of the principles behind the Patient Empowerment Program (PEP) that can be used by pharmacists to help improve compliance.