from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of physical;
- n. of physician;
- n. [lowercase or cap.] of physics;
- n. of physiological;
- n. [lowercase or cap.] of physiology.
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When it came time to teach golf in phys-ed, I deferred to Jeff.
Geez O’Pete — I can’t wait until you hit your first ‘plateau’ in phys therapy …
Each day people living in large urban centres are injured as the result of violent acts such as phys ...
The majority of them, who did not play in high school, shoot with flying elbows and jerky shoulders, motions straight from an unsupervised phys ed class.
Alexander says when I come back into the room looking like the shiniest, most professional phys ed instructor anybody ever had.
I have to get over to the middle school and run my own phys ed class.
Of course, the Obama speech will take time away from learning our ultra-nationalist history books, and phys. ed, it's not much of a loss.
First, his wife left him for a phys-ed teacher and he found his car had been keyed in the middle of the night.
Gee … it sounds like all the folks that think Phelps is a D-Bag (and I bet none of the commenters here have actually met the dude) probably are just still suffering from the torment of middle and high school phys ed classes and being picked on by some a-hole jocks.
Another phys ed instructor, Joyce Monk, says hula hoops are used in a variety of ways at Adams School for first and second graders.