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Peja Stojaković
Peja Stojaković

Predrag Stojaković , known by his nickname Peja (Peđa, Пеђа, pronounced [ˈpêd͡ʑa]), is a Serbian professional basketball executive and former player. He is currently the director of player personnel and development for the Sacramento Kings.Standing at 6 ft 9 (2.06 m), Stojaković played mostly at the small forward position.

Peja Lindholm

Peter "Peja" Rutger Lindholm is a retired Swedish curler. Lindholm is currently the national coach of the Swedish Curling Association.

KB Prishtina

Klubi i Basketbollit Prishtina , officially known as Sigal Prishtina due to sponsorship reasons, is a Kosovar professional basketball club based in Pristina. The team currently competes in the IP Superliga e Basketbollit, Balkan International Basketball League (BIBL) and the FIBA Europe Cup.

Peja

Peja may refer to:

Pejar Dam
Pejar Dam

The Pejar Dam is an earth and rock-filled embankment dam with an uncontrolled spillway across the Wollondilly River, located in the Southern Tablelands region of New South Wales, Australia. The principal purpose of the dam is to supply potable water for the city of Goulburn.

Pejavara
Pejavara

Pejavara is a village located in the Mangalore taluk of Dakshina Kannada, formerly known as South Canara or South Kanara, district of Karnataka, India. It houses one of the eight ashta mathas established by Madhvacharya, the great Tattvavāda philosopher.

Peja (rapper)
Peja (rapper)

Ryszard "Peja" Andrzejewski is a Polish rap musician, songwriter and producer. He is best known as the frontman of the Polish rap group Slums Attack.

Pejawara Matha
Pejawara Matha

Pejavara Matha is one of the Ashta Mathas of Udupi, which was started by Sri Adhokshaja Tirtha, who was a direct disciple of Sri Madhvacharya, the founder of the Dvaita school of Hindu philosophy. Till date, 32 Swamijis have headed this matha.

Pejačević family
Pejačević family

The Pejačević or Pejácsevich family is an old Croatian noble family, remarkable during the period in history marked by the Ottoman war in the Kingdom of Croatia and Austro-Hungarian Empire respectively. Notable members of the family were politicians, clerics, artists, senior military officers, Bans (viceroys) of Croatia and other high state officials.