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  • Per — Per, prep. [L. Cf. {Far}, {For }, {Pardon}, and cf. {Par}, prep.] Through; by means of; through the agency of; by; for; for each; as, per annum; per capita, by heads, or according to individuals; per curiam, by the court; per se, by itself, of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Per — or PER may refer to: Per (given name), a Scandinavian form of Peter Per (storm), a storm in Sweden, in January 2007 the IOC country code for Peru the IATA code for Perth Airport in Western Australia PE ratio, price to earnings ratio, used in… …   Wikipedia

  • Per se — (sometimes misspelled per say or persay ) is: *A Latin phrase used in English arguments for by itself or by themselves It also is used in law: *Illegal per se, the legal usage of per se in criminal and anti trust law *Negligence per se, legal use …   Wikipedia

  • Per- — [See {Per}.] 1. A prefix used to signify through, throughout, by, for, or as an intensive as perhaps, by hap or chance; perennial, that lasts throughout the year; perforce, through or by force; perfoliate, perforate; perspicuous, evident… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Per á Hædd — is a Faroese photographer based in Tórshavn whose photographs were featured on stamps issued in 1999:and later on stamps issued in the year 2000:External links* [ a haedd.htm Per á Hædd Colour Art Photo website] …   Wikipedia

  • per — I. preposition Etymology: Latin, through, by means of, by more at for Date: 14th century 1. by the means or agency of ; through < per bearer > 2. with respect to every member of a specified group ; for each 3. according to often used with as …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • per- — prefix Etymology: Latin, through, throughout, thoroughly, detrimental to, from per 1. throughout ; thoroughly < peruse > 2. a. containing the largest possible or a relatively large proportion of a (specified) chemical element < perchloroethylene… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • per se — I. adverb Etymology: Latin Date: 1572 by, of, or in itself or oneself or themselves ; as such ; intrinsically II. adjective Date: circa 1655 being such inherently, clearly, or as a matter of law < a per se conflict of interest > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • PER — personnel …   Military dictionary

  • Per Kirkeby — (born September 1, 1938) is a Danish painter, poet, filmmaker and sculptor Biography 1962 Studies at the Experimental Art School in Copenhagen; works in the School on painting, graphic arts, 8 millimeter films and performance pieces1974 First… …   Wikipedia

  • Per Mertesacker — Personal information Full name P …   Wikipedia

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