We may end up facing them in the quarter-finals, but I'm philosphical
It's a philosphical
thing and very big on the continent.
Walsh remained philosphical
at the end, having clinched Britain's second canoeing medal of the Games - Helen Reeves won a bronze earlier in the week - and was delighted that the team had made a better than expected impact in Athens.
Technically, they could mount a legal challenge, though all three are understood to be philosphical
about a delay that will deprive the game of some of its most respected refs.
It is hard to understand why the man who has brought such happiness and joy to the lives of thousands of children should suffer in such a way but Stephen is bravely philosphical
about the life of his `little angel'.
Mortimer, 24, has learnt to be philosphical
about things and to take the stinging defeats in his stride.
But he said after travelling the world all his life he had learned to be philosphical
Charly remains remarkably philosphical
about the diagnosis: 'I think I was expecting it.
He tried to remain philosphical
but the pain was etched on his face in the same graphic detail as the name of Roe on the scorecard from hell.
In Glasgow, Hilton hotel worker Franco Pilgram, 25, from Cannes, was more philosphical