Eusebio was born in what is now Maputo, Mozambique, then part of Portuguese East Africa.
What does PEA stand for?
PEA stands for Portuguese East Africa (now Mozambique)
This definition appears frequently
See other definitions of PEA
We have 237 other meanings of PEA in our Acronym Attic
- Please Ensure Attendance
- Plymouth Education Association (Plymouth, IN)
- Población Económicamente Activa (Spanish: Economically Active Population; economics)
- Pocket Ethernet Adapter
- Point Evidence Analysis (writing guideline mnemonic)
- Policy Enforcement Agent
- Political Education and Action (various organizations)
- poly ethyl acrylate
- Polyether Amine (automotive fuel additive)
- População Economicamente Ativa (Portuguese: Economically Active Population)
- Potenciales Evocados Auditivos (Spanish: Auditory Evoked Potentials)
- Potentially Explosive Atmosphere
- Poudre Education Association (Colorado)
- Preemptive Attack
- Preferred Email Address (various schools)
- Preliminary Economic Analysis
- Preliminary Endangerment Assessment
- Preliminary Environmental Assessment
- Preschool Education Aid (New Jersey)
- Prevention of Elder Abuse (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 1898 Britain and Germany agreed on a partition of Portuguese East Africa.
13) As a consequence, in 1928 individual Protestant missionaries came together to form the Portuguese East Africa Evangelical Missionaries Association (PEAEMA).
At one time Maputo, formerly Lorenco Marques, the colonial capital of Portuguese East Africa, was one of Africa's busiest seaports.
The miners were under strict instructions to remain neutral but they fell under the spell of their young countryman and duly sheltered him as he planned his escape to Portuguese East Africa.
Other countries brought into its sphere of activities included the then Portuguese East Africa (Mozambique) in 1894, Bechuanaland (Botswana) in 1897, Basutoland (Lesotho) and Nyasaland (Malawi) in 1901, East Africa (Kenya and part of Tanzania), Belgian Congo (Zaire, then DRC) and Zanzibar in 1911, Uganda in 1912, South West Africa (Namibia) in 1915 and Tanganyika (part of Tanzania) in 1916.