Pens may refer to:
- Plural of pen
- Pens (game)
- A nickname for the Pittsburgh Penguins
PENS may refer to:
- Percutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation, commonly referred to as electroacupuncture
- Pan-European Network Service, the communication network
- PENS (software)
- Politeknik Elektronika Negeri Surabaya, a technical institution in Indonesia
Other articles related to "pens, pen":
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... of Fritz Schaechter, an Austrian engineer, the manufacturing of ballpoint pens began on a small scale in a garage on St ... Ballograf was early in launching a ballpoint pen with a push mechanism, which delivered increased user friendliness ... the major breakthrough for the ballpoint pen as it was now possible for public authorities and companies to use it ...
Famous quotes containing the word pens:
“There is no one kind of thing that we perceive but many different kinds, the number being reducible if at all by scientific investigation and not by philosophy: pens are in many ways though not in all ways unlike rainbows, which are in many ways though not in all ways unlike after-images, which in turn are in many ways but not in all ways unlike pictures on the cinema-screenand so on.”
—J.L. (John Langshaw)
“Let other pens dwell on guilt and misery. I quit such odious subjects as soon as I can, impatient to restore every body, not greatly in fault themselves, to tolerable comfort, and to have done with all the rest.”
—Jane Austen (17751817)