Definitions

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  • post-exposure prophylaxis.
  • Personal Equity Plan a former financial instrument

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Together, these three categories form the acronym PEP, which is exactly what they will give you.

    Making Work Work

  • Yet beneath the radar of bitter partisan politics and governmental paralysis, the Hawaii-based Plant Extinction Prevention Program is quietly implementing effective recovery actions for species with fewer than 50 remaining individuals so-called PEP species.

    Robert J. Cabin: As Government Fails to Protect Endangered Species, One Grassroots Program Quietly Succeeds

  • For example, while we are told we have no choice but to cut food stamps and Medicaid, two new tax exemptions -- the so called PEP and Pease provisions in the 2001 tax cut -- will increase the standard deduction and personal exemption only for taxpayers making over $150,000 and when phased in will cost about $150 billion a decade.

    Gene Sperling: Bush's Fiscal Trade-Offs: Finally Becoming Transparent

  • The PEP was a civilian organisation, protected by private security.

    An Ordinary Soldier

  • A well-known example of a PEP was the late Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, who allegedly used accounts at Riggs Bank to siphon illicit funds from Chile.

    Spitzer Faces Decision

  • Second, the Obama plan phases out tax deductions (the so-called PEP and Pease provisions), thus raising tax rates imposed on this group by another 1.5 percentage points.

    Socking It to Small Business

  • The federal government has finally released guidelines on allowing post-exposure prophylaxis also known as PEP for all people exposed to HIV accidentally.

    Archive 2005-01-01

  • Well you'll also start seeing these things this fall, electric versions of gas stations, called the PEP station, Portable Electric Power.

    TOP STORIES - YNN, Your News Now

  • Kulenovic set up a new firm after the war called PEP -- a company that he fully owned until he sold it to the city of Sarajevo in late 2009 for about $220,000.

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • Moreover, the estate tax and "the so-called PEP and Pease provisions of the income tax" were repealed in 2010 as part of previous legislation.

    The American Spectator

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