drape individual plants with nets, pegging down the edges
Mark (the score) with pegs on a cribbage board
Fix (a price, rate, or amount) at a particular level
Form a fixed opinion of; categorize
the officer probably has us pegged as anarchists
Throw (a ball) hard and low, esp. in baseball
the catcher pegs the ball to the first baseman
A short cylindrical piece of wood, metal, or plastic, typically tapered at one end, that is used for holding things together, hanging things on, or marking a position
Such an object attached to a wall on which to hang garments
Such an object driven into the ground to hold one of the ropes or corners of a tent in position
Such an object in the neck of a stringed musical instrument around which the strings are wound, and which are turned to adjust their tension and so tune the instrument
A bung for stoppering a cask
A person's leg
A point or limit on a scale, esp. of exchange rates
A measure of liquor
have a peg of whiskey
A strong throw, esp. in baseball
a wooden pin pushed or driven into a surface
nail down: succeed in obtaining a position; "He nailed down a spot at Harvard"
pierce with a wooden pin or knock or thrust a wooden pin into
small markers inserted into a surface to mark scores or define locations etc.
pin: informal terms for the leg; "fever left him weak on his sticks"
a prosthesis that replaces a missing leg
A fixed exchange rate, sometimes called a pegged exchange rate, is a type of exchange rate regime wherein a currency's value is matched to the value of another single currency or to a basket of other currencies, or to another measure of value, such as gold.
"Peg" is a song by rock group Steely Dan, which was released as a single from their 1977 album Aja.
A peg is an informal unit of measurement of alcoholic spirits; it is similar to a jigger. Peg measures for use in preparing alcoholic drinks can hold anywhere from 1 to 2 fluid ounces (30-60 ml). In some jurisdictions the "peg" is a standardized measure.
Winnipeg is the capital and largest city of Manitoba, Canada, and is the primary municipality of the Winnipeg Capital Region, with more than sixty percent of Manitoba's population. ...
(The Pegs) The Harpur Harpeggios, more commonly referred to as The Pegs, are the only all female a cappella group at Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York. ...
(PEGS) The most recent term for the inside running rail. At many tracks these days, the railing itself has been removed, leaving behind markers or pegs which indicate where the inside of the track is.
(PEGs (anything beginning with PEG followed by a number)) PEG’s are used in cleansers to dissolve oil and grease as well as thicken products. Because of their effectiveness, PEG's are often used in caustic spray in oven cleaners, however they are found in many personal care products. ...
(Pegs) 1.2m x 100mm square posts to mark claim boundary
(Pegs) Cylindrical attachments on a BMX bike’s axles used for grinding on ramps and rails and also for standing on for a variety of freestyle tricks.
(pegs) Found on some BMX bikes, pegs (or axle pegs) are heavy-duty, short tubular extensions that screw onto the axles making it possible to do tricks like grinding.
(pegs) Studs or nipples which may be used for alignment of parts or the placement of a part.
wooden pegs, little stakes of wood made from maple or lemonwood, usually from Germany. These pegs, in rows of one to three, run from the breast of the heel down the waist of the sole of the boot. Along with stitching and glue, they hold the insole and outsole together. ...
100 Stearate - An emulsifier.
Acronym for Polyethylene Glycol. Can be synthetic or part synthetic. Could be contaminated with 1,4 Dioxane. Causes irritation and dermatitis.
This is a group of equipment type COB's, Branch COB's and Outage COB's. A PEG has a relationship to a single Branch COB. A PEG will be used when any change in assets is planned to be carried out (usually by a project). ...
The price/earnings (P/E) ratio divided by expected per-share earnings growth over the coming year. A value of less than 1 implies that the stock may be undervalued; more than 1 implies that it is overvalued.
The PEG ratio (price-to-earnings-growth) is calculated by dividing a stock's forward P/E by its projected three- to five-year annual EPS growth rate. It is used to find companies that are trading at a discount to their projected growth. ...
The product of a price to earnings ratio divided by a forecasted annual earnings growth rate.
A traditional woodworking method of joining two pieces of wood together with a square or round peg hammered into a hole.