phys. ed.

phys. ed.

or phys ed
abbr.
physical education
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Cameron Graves: John & Abigail Adams Scholarship, Phys. Ed. Departmental Award, 4th Award
I asked the teacher candidates what they felt the purpose of "phys. ed." was.
Simultaneously, two students from phys. ed. came in saying, "We need our inhalers!" I checked them with the stethoscope, jumped over the vomit, and got the inhalers for them.
Over the years, the three senior members of the Phys. Ed. Dept.
"The high schools and two primary schools can access the arena for the skating program as part of their Phys. Ed. classes," Hebert says.
Gloria McArdle is a 6' redheaded post-Olympian gymnast and phys. ed. teacher who casually tested for a background part in a TV series.
Humiliated by this public trouncing, and by having to be rescued by Sister Katherine Marie, I prayed that someday my assailant would "get what was coming to him"--and I didn't mean an "A" in Phys. Ed.
It was during this time in the school, that the STD PHNs would contact the Biology and Phys. Ed. department heads.
She majored in phys. ed., took lots of science, and eventually got a Ph.D.
of Polymer Sci., Polymer Phys. Ed., 23, 1883 (1985).
audiences are commiserating with Seann William Scott for the comical abuse heaped on him by his former phys. ed. teacher in "Mr.
of Phys. Ed., University of Delaware and Kevin Dickerson, Asst.