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PAE

Abbreviation for postantibiotic effect.
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The crowd, meanwhile, looked on with awe and wonder.
Wherever her walk hath been -- wherever, so miserably burdened, she may have hoped to find repose -- it hath cast a lurid gleam of awe and horrible repugnance round about her.
He looked with awe at the students of the corps, their cheeks gashed and red, who swaggered about in their coloured caps.
She felt in her heart a devout and tremulous awe at the thought of the punishment that overtakes men for their sins, and especially of her own sins, and she prayed to God to forgive them all, and her too, and to give them all, and her too, peace and happiness.
The captain of the brig lowered his rigid arm slowly, and looked at our faces in a solemnly conscious silence, which called upon us to share in his simple-minded, marvelling awe.
They were unspeakably holy, and worked miracles, and everybody stood in awe of them.
She was held in awe by the whole realm, for she had made everybody believe she was a great sorceress.
The more powerful members, instead of being kept in awe and subordination, tyrannized successively over all the rest.
I believe that when you close David's door softly there is a gladness in your eyes, and the awe of one who knows that the God to whom little boys say their prayers has a face very like their mother's.
Nothing could awe the Patchwork Girl, and although the Woozy was somewhat uneasy in these splendid surroundings the Glass Cat was delighted with the sumptuousness of the court and the impressiveness of the occasion--pretty big words but quite expressive.
Here, with a mixture of awe and tenderness, the shepherds greet the Holy Child.
The squire no sooner heard her name, than he immediately ran down to usher her upstairs; for he was a great observer of such ceremonials, especially to his sister, of whom he stood more in awe than of any other human creature, though he never would own this, nor did he perhaps know it himself.