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- abbr. physical education
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In the absence of some particularly relevant field of study (economics, sciences, etc.) then I think philosophy is as good or better than the other apparently irrelevant alternatives (English Lit, Film, PhysEd).
When the spin instructor sounds like a mix of my PhysEd teacher in high school, and a random sports commentator from TV, I should have been wise enough to leave.
Bernie says, as far as indicators of when we're going to come out of the recession, you know, remember, I'm a P.E. graduate, as in PhysEd, not an economist, so I really don't know if I can speak about that with any credibility to anything.
Harold is happy to have PhysEd after lunch to "work off" what he's eaten.
Perhaps with the Secretary of Education being a Cabinet position we’ll get PhysEd back in schools.
(Lisa throws her body against a wall, pressing her ear to it after PhysEd for no reason.
Walking to my class I had to pass that little turnaround parking place in front of the PhysEd building and was extremely disappointed to see that the University is using my tuition dollars to hire some Joe Blow to stand there all day with an orange baton think tarmack at airport to make sure vehicles don’t stop.