A peer reviewed journal may contain parts that are NOT peer reviewed.
It is safe to assume that all research articles in a peer-reviewed journal are actually peer-reviewed, but other items in the journal may not be. For example:
Also, it is possible to find scholarly articles that look exactly like peer-reviewed articles... ... but are not. For example:
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