phlegmatic


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showing little emotion

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I don't need people to talk about my merits," said the phlegmatic coach after his team won 2-1 to complete a 4-1 aggregate semi-final win.
In his usual phlegmatic, pedestrian manner, Misbah ensured Pakistan constructed their position of dominance via a succession of partnerships after they resumed on the fourth morning at 201 for four and facing the threat of the second new ball.
Being phlegmatic, he said that his eye had been a little sore, but was now much better.
Needless to say he has a first-rate pedigree which may not have elevated him to the height of uber-fame but, like many other artists who do not seek-out stardom for the sake of it, he is pretty phlegmatic about his influential role as writer/ singer/guitarist.
Bayliss, a phlegmatic Australian, claimed Ashes victory over his compatriots last summer in his first series at the helm but suffered a 2-0 setback against Pakistan in the first part of the winter.
Paul Gascoigne recalls his dad's phlegmatic response as he suffered a bout of cocaine-induced paranoia late at night Forget the tight pants and the the trousers.
Less than nine months old, the site has done to human rightsa phlegmatic field still largely governed by traditional practices like scholarly conferences, research papers, and wordy press releaseswhat Amazon did to shopping or Craigslist to ads.
Van Gaal's opposite United | defended number Gus Poyet was phlegmatic on the matter,, although he admitted the decision had a big bearing on the game's outcome.
Rooney, who has now scored five times in his last four England games to bring Bobby Charlton's mark firmly within sight, was typically phlegmatic about getting ever closer to the great man's total.
Those who know her say she is cultivated, intelligent and phlegmatic," said Mustefa Ebdi, a Kurdish activist from Kobani.
The phlegmatic 46-year-old, in his fourth year at the club, has faced constant media speculation over his future in the last few weeks and said during the Christmas break that he would be leaving the club at the end of the season.
It''s a scenario that''s unlikely to faze the Scots or their phlegmatic coach, former Widnes Vikings boss, Steve McCormack.
Tulsa Ballet's mixed bill in March was bittersweet for local dance fans, as principal dancer Ma Cong danced his last two ballets--the Phlegmatic lead in Balanchine's The Four Temperaments and in the ensemble of Kudelka's there, below.
for those with phlegmatic temperament "dances with enthusiasm and excitable temperament" were chosen, fast, dynamic, quick and energetic dances with prompt executions: jive, rock, samba, salsa, aerobic dances--that require effort and high stamina, involving mobility and high amplitude.
Like Ayurvedic Medicine, Phlegmatic processes are seen to dominate the early processes of growth and are therefore associated with the period of childhood.