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PEI

ISO 4217 code for the Peruvian inti, the former currency of Peru. It was introduced in 1985, replacing the Peruvian sol at a ratio of 1,000 sol to one inti. Although it was intended to reduce the sol's high inflation rate, the inti suffered from hyperinflation as well. The new sol replaced the inti in 1991.
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Counsel VR clients on the value of mentors, advisers, role models and peer supporters.
Other findings included learning that black peer groups were smaller than white peer groups; black females reported the smallest number of friends in a peer group.
Second, peer supporters can refer receptive officers to professional counselors.
CCP links the peer opinion leaders, or enough of them to get the job done, with specific involvement processes.
In order for the peer review privilege to apply, several factors should be considered:
Peer review encourages supervisors to make better decisions and to solve problems as soon as they arise.
These subscales are: effort regulation, peer learning, and help seeking.
The California Board of Accountancy's Peer Review Task Force has been focusing on the implementation of a peer review program.
The enhancements have not changed the fact that there are three types of peer reviews: system, engagement and report reviews.
The peer review process has changed little from journal to journal for centuries, and Kravchenko was expecting that his most recent paper would get vetted through the same process that put his 80-odd earlier papers into print.
In addition, the state must have mandatory peer review for the state board of accountancy to have access.
Teachers must have the ability to properly train and support students into becoming effective peers for students with disabilities and provide evaluation procedures to assess the effectiveness of peer-mediation for students with disabilities (Greenwood & Delquadri, 1995; Kohler & Strain, 1999).