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What does P/G stand for?

P/G stands for Grace Under Pressure (Rush album)

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They were irresistible against QPR and their fourth goal, which came after Routledge was substituted, was a model of passing brilliance and grace under pressure.
Grace Under Pressure Sean O'Rourke 955 Massachusetts Avenue #225 Unlimited Publishing, LLC 1588322041, $15.
com Historic Photos of Ernest Hemingway is a striking coffee table book of vintage black-and-white photography of Nobel Prize for Literature-winning author Ernest Hemingway, the hard-drinking brawler of an author (and former war correspondent) whose larger-than-life reputation was reflected in the legendary exploits of his literary heroes characterized by grace under pressure.
” The waves of good feeling that surged across the airwaves as people called, texted and e-mailed friends and family about this singular moment of grace only increased as America got to know the plane’s humble pilot, Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger III, whose tremendous skill and grace under pressure saved 155 lives and served as a reminder of that breed of American hero who doesn’t rush before the TV cameras but rather chooses to let virtuous and brave deeds speak for themselves.
Throughout his life, Donelan maintained an exemplary humility and grace under pressure that will never be forgotten by those who knew him and who frequently sought his wise counsel.
Never have I been prouder to be British than when witnessing the grace under pressure, the enduring politeness, the utter, copper-bottomed decency displayed by fellow citizens before they realise what is going on ("The Master plans to invade Morecambe.