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Freeman

 [fre´man]
Ruth B. (1906–1982). American educator and author in the field of public health nursing; she served on the faculty at New York University, the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota, and The Johns Hopkins University. She was the author of many works on public health nursing and administration, including Techniques of Supervision in Public Health Nursing and Community Health Nursing Practice. In addition, she was a member of many professional organizations in the field of public health nursing.

Free·man

(frē'măn),
Ernest A., 1900-1975. See: Freeman-Sheldon syndrome.
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Mammals--including the two-legged, talkative ones--learn about the world through constant sensory and perceptual updates, Freeman theorizes.
Russell, like Freeman, notes a destabilization of gender categories in these shows, and her analysis of class interprets military theatricals as assertions and celebrations of noble officers, laden with cultural and social significance as a representation of war and aristocratic sociability, which "encoded the political visibility and power of the elite.
Freeman has been publishing his magazine on and off since 1977.
Alternating between panoramic tracking shots of a groomed outdoor space, a house, and a room and stationary close-ups of architectural or technological details, Freeman invites these houses and gardens to reveal their essential uncanniness.
2 -- 4 -- color) Morgan Freeman and Conny Andersson prepare Sunburst Mahi Mahi, above, and Shrimp and Raw Green Mango Salad, right, from Freeman's cookbook.
The certification program allows local partners the opportunity to work with Freeman on behalf of its customers in a seamless manner.
Within the organization, Encore will be a part of Freeman's audio visual division," said Ken Sanders, president of Freeman Audio Visual.
Eventually Freeman came up with the idea of light but firmly held aluminium struts, each of which raked from a pin joint at the soffit of the dome to another pin joint in the concrete ring that formed the foundations.
When you see what Freeman is doing at Oregon, though, it's hardly the work of a typical freshman.
a majority-owned subsidiary of Motient Corporation (MNCP), announced today that William Freeman was elected and will serve as its chairman of the board.
When Freeman decided to start growing vegetables, she began with collard greens and tomatoes.