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Birmingham manager Alex McLeish was commendably philosphical.
ADOLF BERGER, 43 ENCYCLOPEDIC DICTIONARY OF ROMAN LAW 527 (American Philosphical Society 1991) (1953).
It has been reported this week that tube drivers have taken to reading out philosphical quotes over the public announcement system, a move, say Transport For London, designed to "lift the moods of those travelling on the Piccadilly Line".
Dokic was philosphical after the defeat, saying she had proved she could again match it with the best in the world.
Remaining philosphical about this minor setback, Ahmad compares his luck to championship leader Ollie Hancock of Team Apotex Scorpio.
Sisyphean futility is a philosphical bedrock and provides a foundational premise for his writing.
Proceedings of the American Philosphical Society 16:448-495.
But the 21-year-old was in philosphical mood about his involvement - and can clearly count himself a key member of a British cycling squad that once again proved it can take on and beat any opposition.
It is a massive blow but he is philosphical about it all.
Philosphical Queen's boss Billy Stark said: "We simply gifted it to them