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peek at someone or something

to sneak a glimpse at someone or something. Now, don't peek at me while I am changing my shirt. I peeked at the dessert you made. It looks delicious.
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peek in

(on someone or something) to glance quickly into a place to see someone or something. Would you please peek in on the baby?
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peek in(to something)

to steal a quick glimpse into something. Sam peeked into the oven to see what was cooking. Laura opened the oven door and peeked in.
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peek out

 (from behind someone or something)
1. to look outward from behind someone or something. A shy kitten peeked out from behind the sofa. I looked toward the back of the sofa just as a little cat face peeked out.
2. to show just a little bit with the rest concealed behind someone or something. A bit of yellow peeked out from behind the tree, so we knew Frank was hiding there. We saw a flash of Frank's yellow shirt peek out.
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peek out

 (from underneath someone or something)
1. to look outward from beneath someone or something. A small furry face peeked out from underneath the sofa. At the base of the sofa, a cat peeked out.
2. to show just a little bit with the rest concealed under someone or something. Her petticoat peeked out from underneath her skirt. Her skirt was a tad too short and a little bit of her slip peeked out.
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peek out of something

 (at someone or something)
1. to be inside of something and take a look out. A pair of glimmering eyes peeked out of the darkened room at the two people standing at the door. I peeked out of my room at the eerie shadows in the hallway. Jerry peeked out of the bathroom to see if anyone was looking.
2. [for a little bit of something] to be revealed with the rest concealed within. A bit of white skin peeked out beneath his pants cuff.
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peek over something

1. to examine something with a quick glance. I really can't say how good the story was. I only peeked over it. I peeked over your manuscript, and it looks good.
2. to raise up and look over some barrier. I peeked over the wall and saw the lovely garden. Don't peek over the sofa and let Roger see you. It will ruin the surprise.
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peek through

1. to peer or glimpse through something. I'll just peek through your picture album. I'll study it more carefully later. I only have time to peek through. I would like to spend more time with it later.
2. [for something] to become slightly visible through something. Mary, the lace of your slip is peeking throughyour blouse! Some lace is peeking through.
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peek under something

to sneak a little glance beneath something. I peeked under the table, hoping to see the dog waiting therefor the part of my dinner I wasn't going to eat. Peek under the chair and see if the cat is there.
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PEK exhibits higher modulus than the PEEKs across the entire temperature spectrum, which is attributed to the higher crystallinity of this class of PAEKs (13).
The lowest MW PEEKs are least affected by the harsh treatment.
The viscosity of PEEKs at a given temperature is related to its MW (Fig.
The relationship between MW and zero-shear viscosity indicates that the linear-chain PEEKs behave as rigid-rod polymers.
The performance of PAEKs is generally related to the regularity and molecular rigidity of its repeat unit, shown in Scheme 1 for PEEK and poly(etherketone) (PEK).
Jonas and Legras (17) investigated the thermal degradation of PEEK and found that degradation is already present at temperatures where self-nucleation is not yet suppressed.
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1]H NMR spectroscopic data supported the structure of the PEEKs.
XRD study was performed to investigate whether the crystal forms in the crystalline portion of PEEKs might be influenced or altered by the presence of DFBP isomers with orthosubstitution and the number of benzene rings.
Angular position and interplanar distance of PEEKs determined by XRD.
Thermal degradation behaviors of the PEEKs were studied by thermogravimetry analysis in [N.
Four PEEKs were synthesized from DFBP with HQ or 4,4'-biphenol under MW irradiation with good yields and shortened reaction time compared with conventional heating.
Accordingly, the variation in the interplanar spacing of the PEEK crystal lattice could be estimated, as shown in Table 2.