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Peć

Peć or Peja(, Serbian: Пећ) is a city in western Kosovo, and the administrative centre of the homonymous district. The municipality covers an area of , including the city of Peć and 95 villages; it is divided into 28 territorial communities. , the whole municipality has a population of approximately 97,776, of which ca. 60,000 live in the city of Peć.

Peč

Peč is a village and municipality ( obec) in Jindřichův Hradec District in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.

The municipality covers an area of , and has a population of 393.

Peč lies approximately east of Jindřichův Hradec, east of České Budějovice, and south-east of Prague.

PEC (cable system)

PEC or Pan European Crossing is a fibre optic cable network that links many countries in Western Europe. It has a submarine telecommunications cable system segment crossing the English Channel linking the United Kingdom, Belgium, and France.

One cable has landing points in:

  1. Dumpton Gap, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom
  2. Bredene near Ostend, West Flanders, Belgium

The other cable has landing points in:

  1. Seaford, East Sussex, United Kingdom
  2. Veules-les-Roses, France

Pec (Domažlice District)

Pec is a village and municipality in the Plzeň Region of the Czech Republic, located about 8 km west-southwest from Domažlice at the foot of the Český les mountains. The population as of 2007 was 246.

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pec

n. (context colloquial usually in the plural English) The pectoralis major muscle.

Usage examples of "pec".

Two days later Gilbert participated in a three-way conference call between himself, Korina Soldo, and State Security Investigator Milo Bosic of the Klincica Police Department, the Pec Secretariat, the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Serbia.

The releasees chewed gum frantically, spit, tugged too-tight street clothes over new biceps and pecs, every last one of them as conspicuously ill-armored for this world as lobsters loosed in an open field.

They were sweating, these bodybuilt young men, and the mighty LumeNex lights brought out their traps, lats, delts, pecs, abs, and obliques in glossy high definition, especially when it came to the black players.

It was an awesome look, an intimidating look, the look of not only Jordan but also one of those wrestlers who has built himself up into a brute of sheer muscle and testosteronethe shaved head, the powerful neck, the bulging shrink-wrapped traps, delts, pecs, lats, and the rest of it.

His tight T-shirt was more like a film than a fabric, and his mighty pecs, delts, traps, lats seemed to pump up before your very eyes.

Under the tortured Lycra-blend orange fabric, the topography of monstrous lats, delts, abs and pecs was clearly visible.

April 7, 1940, the British Government ceased diplomatic relations with Hungary, and the English flyers bombed the cities of Pecs, Szeged, and Villany.

The Cossack had been in far worse case than even Reynolds, and understandably so: for the last half of the distance between Szekszard and Pecs -- almost twenty miles -- he had been perched outside the truck, jammed between fender and bonnet, keeping the screen completely clear for the Count as he had driven through the blinding snow.

Under the surface he saw their bodies flowing forward, revealing their sleek lines—classic swimmer lines, like Selena’s—rangy shoulders tucking up against their ears one after the next, rib cages smoothed over by powerful lats, breasts flatly merged into big pecs or else bobbing left then right, as the case might be.

Then, just out of curiosity, he tried flexing his pecs as he'd seen muscle men do.

He was a powerfully built young man, an enthusiastic skier, fisher­man, and skirt-chaser, who favored T-shirts even in winter so that he could show off his gorgeous pecs and 55-cent biceps.