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Stoic

a member of the ancient Greek school of philosophy founded by Zeno of Citium, the Greek philosopher (?336--?264 bc), holding that virtue and happiness can be attained only by submission to destiny and the natural law

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124) Scalia stoicly asserted that "reasonable equivalent value" is ambiguous language.
The condition of the greens wasn't his fault, but Connell took the flak stoicly and, at the time told me: "Come back next year when we've sorted out the problems.