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Pelinkovac Pelinkovac is a bitter liqueur based on wormwood, popular in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia, as well as in Slovenia, where it is known as Pelinkovec. It is sometimes also referred to simply as Pelin.
Pelion Pelion (Greek, Modern: Î Î®Î»ÎąÎż Pilio, Ancient/Katharevousa: -on, Lat: ) is a mountain at the southeastern part of Thessaly in central Greece, forming a hook-like peninsula between the Pagasetic Gulf and the Aegean Sea.
Pelit Pelit ("Games") is a Finnish video games magazine published 11 times a year by Sanoma Magazines, a division of the SanomaWSOY Group. Being by far the largest of its kind in Finland and covering both PCs and consoles, it has for a long time lacked serious competition and is thought by many to be the magazine of its kind, especially on the side of computer games.
Pelita Air Service Pelita Air Service is an airline based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It operates on behalf of the state oil company Pertamina and provides flight operations, executive transport, charters, oil and gas support operations and general aviation services Flight International 12-18 April 2005.
PeljeĹˇac bridge The PeljeĹˇac bridge is a bridge currently under construction, connecting the Croatian peninsula of PeljeĹˇac with the Croatian mainland. Because the Croatian mainland is intersected by a small strip of Bosnian coast around the town of Neum, the bridge will also physically connect the southernmost part of Dalmatia with the rest of Croatia.
Pell Center of International Relations and Public Policy The Pell Center was established at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island, by an Act of Congress on September 28, 1996, to honor Senator Claiborne Pell. The Pell Center promotes the primary objectives of Senator Pell's decades of public service: enhancing international dialogue to achieve a more peaceful world and preparing individuals for an informed and active role in local, national, and world affairs.
Pell Grant The Pell Grant program is a type of post-secondary education federal aid provided by the Federal government of the United States, and is the largest need-based grant aid program in the country. It is named after Senator Claiborne Pell, though its actual name is the Basic Educational Opportunity Grant program.
Pella Pella (Greek Î ÎÎ»Î»Î±) is a city in Greece founded by the ancient Macedonians. During Byzantine and Ottoman years, the city was known in Greek as Î†ÎłÎąÎżÎą Î‘Ď€ĎŚĎĎ„ÎżÎ»ÎżÎą (Ayii Apostoli), rendered in Slavic as ĐźĐľŃŃ‚ĐľĐ» (Postol).
Pella curse tablet The Pella curse tablet is a curse or magic spell (Greek: ÎşÎ±Ď„Î¬Î´ÎµĎÎĽÎżĎ‚, katadesmos) inscribed on a lead scroll, dating to the 4th or 3rd century BC. It was found in Pella (at the time capital of Macedon) in 1986 and published in the Hellenic Dialectology Journal in 1993.
Pellaea Members of the genus Pellaea, sometimes called cliff brakes, are ferns primarily of rocky habitats, including moist rocky canyons, slopes, and bluffs. They are most abundant and diverse in the southwestern United States south into Andean South America, central Africa, and eastern Australia to New Zealand.
Pellam King Pellam of Listeneise is the name that Malory gives to the Maimed King in his rendition of the tale of Sir Balin, at whose hands Pellam suffers the Dolorous Stroke. In the Vulgate and Post-Vulgate Cycles, Malory's source for these episodes, the character is called Pellehan.
PellĂ©as et MĂ©lisande (opera) PellĂ©as et MĂ©lisande (PellĂ©as and MĂ©lisande) is an opera in five acts by Claude Debussy. The French libretto is adapted from a famous symbolist play by Maurice Maeterlinck (PellĂ©as et MĂ©lisande) and follows it almost exactly.
PellĂ©as et MĂ©lisande discography This is a discography of the complete recordings of PellĂ©as et MĂ©lisande by Claude Debussy that are or have been available on CD. The 1941 mono recording conducted by DĂ©sormiĂ¨re is considered a reference by most critics and record collectors.
Pelle Almqvist Howlin' Pelle Almqvist (born May 29, 1978 in Fagersta, VĂ¤stmanlands lĂ¤n, Sweden) is the lead singer of Swedish garage rock band The Hives. Like the rest of the band, Almqvist hails from Fagersta, a small town in central Sweden with about 12,000 residents.
Pelle Lindbergh Memorial The Pelle Lindbergh Memorial is an award given annually by the Philadelphia Flyers to the player on the team that is the most improved. It was started during the 1993-94 season to honor the memory of team goalie Pelle Lindbergh, who died following a car crash in 1985.
Pelle Miljoona Pelle Miljoona, real name Petri Samuli Tiili (born February 10, 1955 in Hamina, Finland) is a Finnish punk rock musician, who assembled his first band in 1977. His biggest hit is "Moottoritie on Kuuma", from 1980.
Pelle Nilsson Per Â«PelleÂ» Nilsson (born September 15 1982 in HĂ¤rnĂ¶sand, Sweden), is a Swedish footballer. He plays in central defence, and his current club is Odd Grenland of the Norwegian tippeligaen, which he joined prior to the 2005 season for approximately 3 million Norwegian kroner, becoming the clubs record purchase.
Pelle og Proffen Pelle og Proffen is the name of the Norwegian writer Ingvar AmbjĂ¸rnsen's youth series about Pelle and Proffen, two fictional detective teenage boys from Oslo, getting involved in all kinds of crimes or mysteries involving such things as drugs, pollution and Nazism, usually in the Oslo area but also elsewhere in Norway. They are very similar to Franklin Dixon's Hardy Boys.
Pelleas und Melisande Pelleas und Melisande, Symphonic Poem for orchestra, is dodecaphonic composer Arnold Schoenberg's first completed orchestral work (and his opus] 5. A [[symphonic poem, the work was completed in February 1903, when Schoenberg was 28.
Pellegrini Avenue (Rosario) Pellegrini Avenue (in Spanish, Avenida Pellegrini) is a street in Rosario, Santa Fe Province, Argentina. It is a two-way avenue that runs eastâ€“west through the center-south of the city, from the coastal avenue by the ParanĂˇ River to the western limit of the urbanized area.
Pellegrino Artusi Pellegrino Artusi (born in Forlimpopoli, a town near ForlĂ¬, 1820 â€“ died in Florence, 1911) is the author of the famous Italian cookbook La scienza in cucina e l'arte di mangiar bene (The Science of Cooking and the Art of Eating Well).
Pellegrino Ernetti Father Marcello Pellegrino Ernetti (1925, Rocca Santo Stefano (near Rome) - 1994, Island of Saint George (Venice)) was an Italian Roman Catholic Benedictine priest and is the most famous exorcist who worked in the Venice area. He was also famous as a biblical and musical scholar as well as a scientist.
Pelles King Pelles is the name of the Maimed King in some versions of the Arthurian legend. One of a line of Grail keepers established by Joseph of Arimathea, Pelles is the father of Eliazer and Elaine, mother of Galahad, and resides in the castle of Corbinec in Listenois.
Pelles C Pelles C is a freeware Integrated Development Environment for developing Windows and Pocket PC applications using the C programming language. It runs on any Microsoft Windows OS, and will build code for the C language, and not C++.
Pellet (ornithology) A pellet, in ornithology, is the mass of undigested parts of a bird's food that some bird species occasionally regurgitate. The contents of a bird's pellet depend on its diet, but can include the exoskeletons of insects, indigestable plant matter, bones, fur, feathers, bills, claws, and teeth.
Pellet mill A pellet mill is a type of mill used to create cylindrical pellets from a mixture of dry powdered feedstock, such as flour, sawdust, or grass, and a wet ingredient, such as molasses or steam. Pellet mills are used in the production of animal feeds, and of wood and grass fuel pellets for use in a pellet stove.
Pellet stove A pellet stove is an appliance that burns compressed wood or biomass pellets to create a source of heat for residential and sometimes industrial spaces. By slowly feeding fuel from a storage container (hopper) into a burn-pot area, they create a constant flame that requires little to no physical adjustments.
Pelletron Pelletron is a type of electrostatic particle accelerator similar to a Van de Graaff generator. Pelletrons have been built in many sizes, from small units producing voltages up to 500 kilovolts (kV) and beam energies up to 1 megaelectronvolts (MeV) of kinetic energy, to the largest system, which has reached a DC voltage of over 25 megavolts and produced ion beams with energies over 900 (MeV).
Pellinge Pellinge (Pellinki in Finnish) is an island community in Finland made up of several small islands, the main ones linked by bridges. It is located 80km east of the capital Helsinki (Helsingfors in Swedish), and 30km south of the town of BorgĂĄ (Porvoo in Finnish).
Pellinore King Pellinore is the king of Listenoise or of "the Isles" (possibly Anglesey, or perhaps the medieval kingdom of the same name), according to the Arthurian legend. He is most famous for his endless hunt of the Questing Beast, which he is tracking when King Arthur first meets him.
Pellissippi State Technical Community College Pellissippi State Technical Community College (Pellissippi State or PSTCC) is one of 13 member community colleges operated by the Tennessee Board of Regents, located in Knoxville, Tennessee. In addition to the primary campus situated several miles west of Downtown Knoxville, the school provides three satellite campuses in the surrounding area east and south of the original institution.
Pellucidar Pellucidar is a fictional Hollow Earth milieu invented by Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs for a series of action adventure stories. In a notable crossover event between Burroughs' series, there is a Tarzan story in which the Ape Man finds his way into Pellucidar.
Pelmeni Pelmeni (ĐżĐµĐ»ŃŚĐĽĐµĐ˝Đ¸ in Russian, singular pel'men`, ĐżĐµĐ»ŃŚĐĽĐµĐ˝ŃŚ; ĐżŃŹĐ»ŃŚĐĽĐµĐ˝Ń– in Belarusian; pilmĂ¤n(nĂ¤r)/ĐżĐ¸Đ»ĐĽÓ™Đ˝(Đ˝Ó™Ń€) in Tatar language) are a national Eastern European (mainly Russian) dish - usually made with minced meat filling, wrapped in thin dough (made out of flour and eggs, sometimes with milk or water added). Pork, lamb, beef or any other kind of meat can be used as a filling and mixing several kinds is popular.
Pelni Pelni (Pelayaran Nasional Indonesia) is the national shipping company of Indonesia. It operates twenty-eight ships; twenty-five of these are passenger ships that serve a variety of routes within the archipelago, mostly on a bi-weekly or monthly schedule.
Pelodes In Antiquity, Pelodes or Palodes was a site that cannot be identified with any certainty. One obscure Palodes was a minor port site on the eastern side of the Bosporus, about half-way up, a little south of Amycus.
Peloponnese The Peloponnese or Peloponnesus (Greek: Î ÎµÎ»ÎżĎ€ĎŚÎ˝Î˝Î·ĎÎżĎ‚ Peloponnesos; see also List of traditional Greek place names) is a large peninsula in southern Greece, forming the part of the country south of the Gulf of Corinth. It is also the name of a periphery of Greece, consisting of 5 prefectures.
Peloponnesian War The Peloponnesian War (431â€“404 BC) was an Ancient Greek military conflict, fought between Athens and its empire and the Peloponnesian League, led by Sparta. Historians have traditionally divided the war into three phases.
Peloponnisos (newspaper) Peloponnisos (Greek Î ÎµÎ»ÎżĎ€ĎŚÎ˝Î˝Î·ĎÎżĎ‚) is a Greek regional daily newspaper published in Patras, the capital of the Peloponnese peninsula from which it takes its name. It is the most widely circulated newspaper in the city of Patras as well as one of the oldest of the country.
Pelops In Greek mythology, Pelops (Greek Î ÎÎ»ÎżĎ) (from pelios: dark; and ops: face, eye) was a son of Tantalus and Dione. Of Phrygian or Lydian birth, he departed his homeland for Greece, and won the crown of Pisa (or Olympia) from King Oenomaus.
Pelor In the World of Greyhawk campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, Pelor is the god of the Sun, Light, Strength, and Healing. Pelor is also a prominent member of the game's default pantheon, and is a popular choice among PC clerics because he is the only god of said pantheon with the healing domain.
Pelorus (instrument) In appearance and use, a pelorus resembles a compass or compass repeater, with sighting vains or a sighting telescope attached, but it has no directive properties. That is, it remains at any relative direction to which it is set.
Pelorus class cruiser The Pelorus class cruiser was a class of 11 light cruiser ships designed by Sir William White (Director of Naval Construction from 1885 til 1902), built for the Royal Navy. The first, HMS Pelorus, was commissioned in 1896.
Pelorus Jack Pelorus Jack was the name given to a dolphin that was famous for meeting and escorting ships over a certain stretch of water in Cook Strait, New Zealand, between 1888 and 1912. The dolphin's habits were so regular that on 26 September, 1904, it was protected by Order in Council under the Sea Fisheries Act and remained so until its disappearance in 1912.
Pelotas Pelotas is an important town in the Southern Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul occupying 1 921 kmÂ˛ and with a population of 323 158 people (source: IBGE). Pelotas is located 271 km (source: DNIT) from Porto Alegre, the capital city of Rio Grande do Sul, and 150 km from the Uruguayan border.
Peltarion Peltarion Corporation is a European software development corporation with its headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. It specializes in neural networks and adaptive systems and makes software tools for developing them.
Peltarion Synapse Synapse is a component based development environment for neural networks and adaptive systems. Created by Peltarion, Synapse allows data mining, statistical analysis, visualization, preprocessing, design and training of neural networks and adaptive systems and the deployment of them.
Peltephilus Peltephilus was a species of giant armadillo which inhabited Argentina during the Miocene era; notably, the scutes on its head were so developed that they formed horns protecting its eyes. Aside from the horned gophers of North America, it is the only known fossorial horned mammal.
Peltidium Peltidium is a prodorsal shield found in animals of the Subphylum Chelicerata, in the Phylum Arthropoda. In some groups (Schizomida, Palpigradi, Solpugida and Opiliones) the peltidium, also known as schizopeltid, can be subdivided in: propeltidium, a capace-like shield that covers the proterosoma, which comprises the fused acron (protocerebral region) and first four segments; and two free segments, mesopeltidium and metapeltidium (Online Dictionary of Invertebrate Zoology).
Pelton's Rose Gentian Peltonâ€™s Rose Gentian is a new plant species that has recently been discovered in Saline County, Arkansas by John Pelton, who is the former president of the Arkansas Native Plant Society, and Theo Witsell, who is a botanist for Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission (ANHC). Peltonâ€™s Rose Gentian is a new type of Sabatia, as well as a member of the gentian family.
Peltorhamphus tenuis Peltorhamphus tenuis is a righteye flounder of the family Pleuronectidae, found only around New Zealand in shallow enclosed waters such as estuaries, harbours, mudflats, and sandflats, in waters less than 100 m in depth.
Peltuinum Peltuinum was a Roman town of the Vestini, on the Via Claudia Nova, 20Â km east of L'Aquila, Italy, between the modern-day settlements of Prata d'Ansidonia and Castelnuovo. It was apparently the chief town of that portion of the Vestini who dwelt west of the main Apennine chain.
Peltzman Effect The Peltzman Effect is the hypothesized tendency of people to react to a safety regulation by increasing other risky behavior, offsetting some or all of the benefit of the regulation. It is named after Sam Peltzman, a University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Economics professor.
Peluda The Peluda (sometimes called the "Shaggy Beast" or La Velue which is French for "Hairy One") is a supposed dragon that terrorized a La FertĂ©-Bernard, France, in medieval times. Despite the French origins, its more recognized name is Portuguese for "hairy".
Pelusium Pelusium was a city in the eastern extremes of Egypt's Nile Delta, 30 km to the southeast of the modern Port Said. Alternative names include Sena and Per-Amun (Egyptian, Coptic: Paramoun meaning House or Temple of Amun), Pelousion (Greek, ), Sin (Chaldaic and Hebrew), SeyĂ˘n (Aramaic), and Tell el-Farama (modern Egyptian Arabic).
Pelvic brim The pelvis is divided by an oblique plane passing through the prominence of the sacrum, the arcuate and pectineal lines, and the upper margin of the symphysis pubis, into the greater pelvis and the lesser pelvis. The circumference of this plane is termed the pelvic brim.
Pelvic exenteration Pelvic exenteration is radical surgical treatment that removes the urinary bladder, urethra, vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, rectum, anus, and in some cases, the vulva. The procedure leaves the patient with a permanent colostomy, where the colonic contents drain into a bag that attaches on the left side of the abdomen.
Pelvic lipomatosis The rare disease pelvic lipomatosis is most often seen in older obese black men with hypertension. In pelvic lipomatosis, abnormally dense deposits of otherwise apparently normal fat may be observed in the spaces of the pelvic area.
Pelvic myoneuropathy Pelvic myoneuropathy is a new term given to the most common form of non-bacterial pelvic pain experienced by men. It is sometimes referred to as nonbacterial Chronic Prostatitis or male Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CP/CPPS or CPPS).
Pelvicachromis taeniatus Pelvicachromis taeniatus is a dwarf cichlid from West Africa that is occasionally kept as an aquarium fish. It is known to exist in a variety of geographically restricted varieties distinguished by differences in coloration.
Pelvimetry Pelvimetry is the assessment of the female pelvis in relation to the birth of a baby. Traditional obstetrical services relied heavily on pelvimetry in the conduct of delivery in order to decide if natural or operative vaginal delivery was possible or if and when to use a cesarean section.
Pelvis justo major Pelvis justo major (also called "Giant Pelvis") is a rare condition of the adult female pelvis where the pelvis is 1.5 or more times larger than an average size pelvis in every direction and is â‰Ą 42 cm biiliac width.
Pelycosaur The pelycosaurs (from Greek pelyx meaning 'bowl' and sauros meaning 'lizard') were smallish to large (up to 3 meters or more) primitive Late Paleozoic synapsid amniotes. They appeared during the Late Carboniferous and reached their acme in the early part of the Permian Period, remaining the dominant land animals for many millions of years.
Pelzer The surname Pelzer is in the German language the occupational name for a furrier, from an agent derivative Middle High German bellez â€furâ€™. Similar terms including "Pelz" (fur): Belzner, Pelser, Pelzer, Pelzner, Pelzmacher, Pilsmeker, Pilzer, PĂ¶lter, Pelzer, BĂ¤ltzer, PelzhĂ¤ndler;
PeĹźtera VĂ˘ntului PeĹźtera VĂ˘ntului (Wind Cave) is the largest cave in Romania, with a length of almost 52 km (total length of passages). It is situated in the PÄdurea Craiului mountains on the left bank of CriĹźul Repede river in the vicinity of ĹžuncuiuĹź village.
PeĹˇÄŤenica - Ĺ˝itnjak PeĹˇÄŤenica is a neighbourhood in the southeastern part of the city of Zagreb, Croatia. It forms an administrative unit with Ĺ˝itnjak, the industrial zone on the city outskirts, and has a total population of 58,283.
Pema ChĂ¶drĂ¶n Pema ChĂ¶drĂ¶n (formerly Deirdre Blomfield-Brown, born 1936) is a fully ordained Buddhist nun in the Tibetan vajrayana tradition, and a teacher in the lineage of ChĂ¶gyam Trungpa. The goal of her work is the ability to apply Buddhist teachings in everyday life.
Pematang Siantar Pematang Siantar (also written Pematangsiantar) is a city in North Sumatra, Indonesia. It has the status of a second level district (daerah tingkat dua) and a population of around 150,000 - making it the second largest city in the province after the provincial capital Medan.
Pemba, Tanzania The island of Pemba known as 'Al Jazeera Al Khadra' (the green island, in Arabic) is an island forming part of the Zanzibar archipelago, lying off the east coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. It is situated about 50 kilometres to the north of the island of Unguja, more commonly (and incorrectly) known as Zanzibar.
Pemberley Pemberley is the name of the estate and country house owned by Fitzwilliam Darcy, the hero in Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice. It is located in Derbyshire and believed to be based on Chatsworth House, near Chesterfield in Derbyshireâ€”and the exterior scenes at Pemberley for Joe Wright's 2005 film version of Pride and Prejudice, starring Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen, were in fact filmed at Chatsworth.
Pemberton Hall Pemberton Hall is a women's residence hall (also known as a dormitory) at Eastern Illinois University, in Charleston, Illinois. Located at the north end of EIU's campus, at the corner of 4th street and Lincoln Avenue, Pemberton Hall is registered as a historic landmark, due to its status as the oldest women's college residence hall in the state.
Pemberton Mill Pemberton Mill was a mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts, which collapsed on January 10, 1860. Eighty-eight mill workers died in the collapse and subsequent fire, the majority of them were recent Irish immigrants, and many young women.
Pemberton Township High School Pemberton Township High School is a four-year comprehensive public high school that serves students in ninth through twelfth grade from Pemberton Township, in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States, as part of the Pemberton Township School District.
Pemberton Township School District Pemberton Township School District is a comprehensive community public school district headquartered in Pemberton Township, New Jersey, United States, serving students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. The school district is an Abbott District that serves the entire township, including the communities of Browns Mills, Country Lake Estates,
Pemberton's sign Pemberton's sign is the development of facial plethora, distended neck and head superficial veins, inspiratory stridor and elevation of the jugular venous pressure (JVP) upon raising of the patient's both arms above his/her head simultaneously (Pemberton's maneuver).
Pemberton, Greater Manchester Pemberton is an area and residential suburb in the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, Greater Manchester, England. Covering 1157 hectares, it is contiguous to Wigan, being separated by the River Douglas, it is within the Wigan Urban Area.
Pemberton, Western Australia Pemberton is a town located in the southwest corner of Western Australia, named after the early settler Pemberton Walcott. It is the home of the Karri tree, the largest tree in Western Australia and the third largest hardwood tree in the world.
Pembina River (North Dakota) The Pembina River is a tributary of the Red River of the North, approximately 275 mi (443 km) long, in southern Manitoba in Canada and northeastern North Dakota in the United States. It drains an area of the prairie country along the U.
Pembina Trail Pembina Trail is a local designation for one of the Red River ox cart trails in north western Minnesota. It refers to the easternmost of the three principal routes from Pembina and Fort Garry in the former Selkirk Colony of Manitoba (then known as Assiniboia or the Selkirk Colony) to Mendota and St.
Pembrey Country Park Pembrey Country Park is a large country park near the village of Pembrey on the south coast of Carmarthenshire, south Wales, near Llanelli. The Park consists of some 520 hectares of land, of which 202 hectares are open to the wandering public.
Pembrey, Delaware The community of Pembrey stands on the outskirts of Talleyville, near Wilmington, Delaware. It shares its name with the village of Pembrey in Wales - reputed to be the ancestral home of the presidential Bush family.
Pembroke (UK Parliament constituency) Pembroke was a parliamentary constituency centred on the town of Pembroke in West Wales. It returned one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, elected by the first past the post system.
Pembroke and Haverfordwest (UK Parliament constituency) Pembroke and Haverfordwest was a parliamentary constituency centred on the towns of Pembroke and Haverfordwest in West Wales. It returned one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, elected by the first past the post system.
Pembroke cattle Pembroke cattle were a breed of dual-purpose short-legged, hardy, black cattle native to Wales. A society was formed in 1867 to try and improve the breed, and the first register of Pembroke cattle was published in 1874.
Pembroke College Boat Club (Cambridge) Pembroke College Boat Club is the rowing club for members of Pembroke College, Cambridge. Over the last century, crews from Pembroke have held the headship of the men's Lent Bumps on four occasions, and the headship of the men's May Bumps ten times.
Pembroke College Boat Club (Oxford) Pembroke College Boat Club (PCBC) is the rowing club for members of Pembroke College, Oxford, and is one of the top boat clubs in Oxford with regular success for both men and women. In 2003, Pembroke achieved an historic victory in the Oxford Summer Eights competition by becoming the first college to win the 'Double Headship' - having both men's and women's first boats end the week at the 'Head of the River'.
Pembroke Lumber Kings The Pembroke Lumber Kings are a Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey team from Pembroke, Ontario, Canada. They are a part of the Central Junior A Hockey League and are the longest running and winningest team in CJHL history.
Pembroke Pines Charter High School Pembroke Pines Charter High School is located in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Most students who attend Pembroke Pines Charter High School previously attended Pembroke Pines Charter Middle Schools, Central and West campuses.
Pembroke Players Pembroke Players (formerly Pembroke College Players) is an amateur theatrical society in Cambridge, England, founded in 1955 and run by the students of Pembroke College, Cambridge. It is the most active College drama society in the University, staging 10-15 drama productions and comedy smokers every year.
Pembroke School, Adelaide Pembroke School is a co-educational, non-denominational, independent day and boarding school which offers the IB, located 5 kilometres east of the CBD of Adelaide, South Australia. The School was established in January 1974 as the amalgamation of King's College, a school for boys, and Girton Girls' School.
Pembroke School, Wales Pembroke School (in Welsh: Ysgol Penfro) is a co-educational school of 1600 students in Pembroke, Wales. Founded in 1972 as a result of the amalgamation of former grammar and secondary schools, the Pembroke School offers education for the years 11-18.
Pembroke Township Pembroke Township was an area adjoining the City of Dublin, Ireland formed for local government purposes by private Act of Parliament in 1863. The township took its name from the fact that most of the area was part of the estate of the Earl of Pembroke.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi The Pembroke Welsh Corgi (IPA: ) is one of two dog breeds known as Welsh Corgis that originated in Pembrokeshire, Wales. These herding dogs are believed to be descended from Swedish Vallhund dogs that came to Wales with the Vikings.
Pembroke, Ontario Pembroke (population 13,490 in the 2001 Canadian census) is a city at the confluence of the Muskrat River and the Ottawa River in the Ottawa Valley in eastern Ontario, Canada. Pembroke is the seat of Renfrew County.
Pembrokeshire (UK Parliament constituency) Pembrokeshire was a parliamentary constituency based on the county of Pembrokeshire in Wales. It returned one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, elected by the first past the post system.
Pembrokeshire Coast Path The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is a National Trail in Wales, United Kingdom. It was established in 1970, and is 186 miles (300km) long, mostly at cliff-top level, with 35,000 feet (11,000 m) of ascent and descent.
Pemexgate A political scandal in Mexico in the presidency of Vicente Fox (2000-2006) when in 2001 it was discovered that funds from the union of workers of PEMEX, the national oil company, were used to support the campaign of Francisco Labastida, candidate for the Institutional Revolutionary Party in the year 2000. Those claimed responsible were not convicted although the party was fined for MXN $1,000 million (about 90 million United States dollars).
Pemmican Pemmican is a concentrated food consisting of dried pulverized meat, dried berries, and rendered fat. It was invented by the native peoples of North America, and widely used during the fur trade and later by Arctic and Antarctic explorers such as Robert Falcon Scott and Roald Amundsen as a high-calorie food.
Pemoline Pemoline (sold as CylertÂ®) is a medication used to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Under the Convention on Psychotropic Substances, it is a Schedule IV drug has some advantages over other stimulant]s in that it does not reduce the appetite or cause dry mouth.
Pemon language Pemon or Pemong (in Spanish: PemĂłn) is a Cariban language spoken mainly in Venezuela, specifically in the regions Bolivar State, Gran Sabana, an estimated 4,800 people in Venezuela speak Pemon. To some extent Pemon is also spoken in Brazil and Guyana (1000+ people).