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  • proper n. A male given name, a rare spelling of Philip.


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  • The book's first sentence strikes the keynote for a story that will never resolve upon a theme but progress entirely in dissonance and tension: "Phillipp Perlmann didn't know how to live in the present."

    Plot-Driven Epistemological Dilemmas

  • Phillipp Zeller gave the Germans the lead in the 16th minute with a flick across goal that went in off the pad of the England goalkeeper James Fair.

    England fail in defence of European crown as Germany win semi-final

  • Which is exactly what Phillipp Lenssen of Blogoscope did.

    Start the viral campaign: Google's PR for new browser distributable under a CC licence

  • Lundberg, who under pressure from Phillipp had obtained a note from the Foreign Ministry regarding Raoul's return and generally had displayed a positive interest in his cause, was little inclined to accede to this suggestion, as he feared that such a distinction would trigger a new newspaper polemic, which according to him could complicate the work for Raoul's release.

    Wallenberg's Stepfather, in Diary,

  • Or Phillipp, who listened over the internet from Munich, Germany, live, until 3 am.

    Lisa Birnbach: In Which I Say Goodbye

  • Phillipp also makes a great point that is suggestive of the future of social bookmarking.

    New Frontpage at - Freshblog

  • This most excellent citizen, as Cicero calls him, met the death he so well deserved at the battle of Pharsalia, and as Cicero says (_Phillipp. _ ii. 29), at the hand of

    Plutarch's Lives Volume III.

  • For his part, T-Mobile CEO Phillipp Humm said his company needs to be bought because it does not own enough wireless spectrum to compete with the big boys like AT&T and Verizon Wireless, and anyway, its parent, giant German firm Deutsche Telekom, wasn't interested in continuing to finance the the company.

    Wired Top Stories

  • I refused to allow my players to train in any area other than goalkeeping, instructed my team to play like a bunch of angry drunks, spent the entirety of my team budget on some mediocre chap from Liverpool named Phillipp, constantly begged for more money from the board, took several subsequent month-long vacations, and set my scouts to only look in North America for players (heyo!).

  • Jansen (Borussia Moenchengladbach), Phillipp Lahm (Bayern Munich), Per Mertesacker


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