What is pe?

  • (noun): The 17th letter of the Hebrew alphabet.

Some articles on pe:

Fernando Morena - Club Career
... Morena joined Peñarol in 1973, in his first run with the club he won four Uruguayan Primera championships ... Morena returned to Peñarol in 1981 where he helped the team win two more Uruguayan league titles in 1981 and 1982, they also won the Copa de Oro in 1981, the ... He finished his professional career in Peñarol in 1985 ...
1973 Copa Libertadores - Group Stage - Group 2
... GF GA GD Botafogo 9 ... +6 Palmeiras 6 ... +4 Nacional 9 ... -1 Peñarol 13 ... -9 February 17 Montevideo Nacional 2-0 Peñarol February 17 São Paulo Palmeiras 3-2 Botafogo ...
Carlos Peña - Professional Career - Detroit Tigers (2002–2005)
... Peña was involved in a three team deal on July 6, 2002 ... The Athletics sent Peña, a player to be named later (later named as Jeremy Bonderman), and Franklyn Germán to the Detroit Tigers ... The Tigers had acquired Peña due to a season ending injury to designated hitter Dmitri Young and the first baseman at the time of the trade for the Tigers, Randall ...
Kosta Pećanac - World War I
... to the Serbian campaign in late 1915, Pećanac escaped to Corfu along with the retreating Serbian army and government, and ultimately joined the Salonika front ... In 1915, Pećanac had received various medals for his "merit in fighting" including three gold medals for bravery, one for military virtue, and the Order of the Karađorđe's Star (4th Class) for his service in World ... In September 1916, the Serbian high command sent then Lieutenant Pećanac by air to Mehane (south-west of Niš in the Toplica region) to prepare a ...