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Personal Equity Plan

An investment vehicle formerly used in the United Kingdom to encourage investment by small investors. PEPs could invest in unit trusts, investment trusts, and some other collective investment vehicles on an individual basis. Gains from PEPs were largely tax-free, though these privileges gradually eroded until individual savings accounts replaced PEPs entirely in 1999.

personal equity plan (PEP)

a scheme introduced by the Government in 1987 to encourage small savers to invest tax-free in UK ORDINARY SHARES. PEPs were replaced in 1999 by INDIVIDUAL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.

personal equity plan (PEP)

a scheme introduced by the UK government in 1987 to encourage small savers to invest tax-free in UK ORDINARY SHARES. PEPs were replaced in 1999 by INDIVIDUAL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
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"He does not have a lot of experience because he was playing two years ago but with Pep, believe me, you can improve quickly."
Pep was chastising an opponents player because he cannot stand seeing the game played cynically, particularly by those who should know better and can do better.
None of the family members reported cost or transportation as a specific deterrent to receiving PEP. The average distance from the patients' homes to the provincial medical center where PEP was available was 32.6 miles (range = 9.7-76.4 miles) (52.4 km [range = 15.6-123.0 km]) and time to travel was 78.5 minutes (range = 23-173 minutes).
Pep Boys operates more than 9,000 service bays in approximately 1,000 locations in 35 states and Puerto Rico.
"I must say I've never dealt with anyone like Pep. He is unique with his love for the game and his passion for the game.
Opponents of both PEP and its predecessor are pressuring some of Texas' largest counties to end their cooperation with federal immigration officials, arguing that enforcement is solely under the purview of the federal government.
Icahn said, "Since our acquisition of Auto Plus, our wholly owned automotive aftermarket company, in June, we have been actively looking for an excellent synergistic acquisition opportunity like Pep Boys, which has enormous growth potential, strong brand recognition, and well-known, best-in-class customer service."
The non-profit PEP ecopassport Association defines, in compliance with the ISO 14025 requirements, the PEP ecopassport Program management process, for electrical, electronic and HVAC (heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, refrigeration) products, with respect to professional ethics and transparency.
Marijuana can be used as a PEP or as a recreational drug (Heishman et al., 1997).
There are a variety of devices available for the provision of PEP therapy including several commercial systems.
Another change is that follow-up HIV testing in health care workers on PEP can be shortened to 4 months instead of 6 months if a newer fourth-generation combination HIV p24 antigen/HIV antibody test is used, according to the guidelines.