Losing may refer to:

  • "Losing" (Tenth Avenue North song), a 2012 song by Tenth Avenue North
  • "Losing" (Takida song), a 2006 song by Takida

Other articles related to "losing":

Nils Carlsén
... In 2002 he played second for Eric and finished second- losing to Canada's David Hamblin in the final ... In 2003 Carlsén picked up another silver medal losing to Steve Laycock of Canada ... In 2005 Nils was skipping the Swedish junior team, and he picked up another silver medal losing to Canada's Kyle George in the final ...
Grantland - Memes - Levels of Losing
... Another recurring Simmons topic is the 20 Levels of Losing (originally the 13 Levels of Losing), where he defines, describes and ranks the most painful ways for a sports team to lose, such as the "Stomach ... in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series as the highest level of losing ...
Kateryna Bondarenko - 2011
99, she advanced to the quarterfinals before losing to Julia Goerges ... Hobart International, but made the doubles final with Liga Dekmeijere, losing to Italian duo Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci ... Bondarenko defeated Alize Cornet and Sara Errani before losing to former World No ...
Ai Sugiyama - Career - 2005
... Sugiyama also reached the final in doubles with Hantuchová, losing to Virginia Ruano-Pascual and Conchita Martinez ... She broke her Grand Slam "curse", reaching the third round before losing to Clijsters, the eventual champion ... finals of her first tournament, Sydney, losing to Bryanne Stewart/Samantha Stosur ...
Losing-Trick Count
... The Losing-Trick Count (LTC) is an alternative, or supplement, in the card game contract bridge, to the high card point (HCP) method of hand evaluation to be used in situations where shape and fit ... on a set of empirical rules for counting, the number of "losing tricks" held by a partnership is first estimated and deducted from 24 the result is the number of tricks the ...

Famous quotes containing the word losing:

    When you’re 50 you start thinking about things you haven’t thought about before. I used to think getting old was about vanity—but actually it’s about losing people you love. Getting wrinkles is trivial.
    Joyce Carol Oates (b. 1938)

    Slowly, and in spite of anything we Americans do or do not do, it looks a little as if you and some other good people are going to have to answer the old question of whether you want to keep your country unshackled by taking even more definite steps to do so—even firing shots—or, on the other hand, submitting to be shackled for the sake of not losing one American life.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)

    Our passional nature not only lawfully may, but must, decide an option between propositions, whenever it is a genuine option that cannot by its nature be decided on intellectual grounds; for to say, under such circumstances, “Do not decide, but leave the question open,” is itself a passional decision—just like deciding yes or no—and is attended with the same risk of losing the truth.
    William James (1842–1910)