P.E.

NOUN
  1. the mechanical energy that a body has by virtue of its position; stored energy
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How To Use P.E. In A Sentence

  • There is also a C.P.E. Bach Sonata here, transcribed and sounding delightful with its switch of instrument.
  • The state approved three new P.E. courses for middle-schoolers this year, including a class on dance and gymnastics and another that explores individual sports such as rollerblading and bike riding. SplicedFeed
  • Finally, his doc wrote him an excuse from P.E. and we didn't have the problem again.
  • Buxtehude is one of those radical composers who always seem to flourish just before a historical consolidation — think of C.P.E. Bach, or Carl Maria von Weber, or George Antheil. Fame, it's not your brain, it's just the flame that burns your change
  • Those P.E. shorts from high school are too small now, and they are formfitting in the worst possible way.
  • Over the years, there were seven lobster canneries on the Island, and during the lobster season people, mostly women from P.E.I., would come to work in them.
  • Dance and aerobics classes are a useful tool for encouraging girls back to school P.E. lessons.
  • That sentiment's being echoed in gyms around the nation as grade-school P.E. teachers are embracing "exertainment," or, new ways to make exercise fun. DANCING: THE BEAT GOES ON
  • In fact, many children with P.E. are self-conscious about their appearance and choose not to participate in athletics.
  • We better book if we're gonna go to P.E.
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