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Fried·man

(frēd'măn),
Emanuel A., U.S. obstetrician, studied the graphical analysis of labor progression. His research generated the Friedman curve (q.v.) or labor curve.
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As a diverse stream of non-fiber materials (metals, aluminum cans, plastic bottles) make its way into the Friedman Recycling plant, it is introduced into the lines separately, to facilitate optimum sorting efficiencies and superior quality end products.
For the Onyx Hotel Tour, Friedman had three weeks to teach sixteen numbers to a new ensemble of dancers.
And this is just the diachronic performance history Friedman traces, after first offering a careful, if unremarkable, reading of each play text.
Peter Steinke, a student of Friedman and Bowenian theory, is a Lutheran pastor.
On the other hand, it might be worthy of note that Norman Angell did Friedman one better back in his day.
More than a decade after Friedman and others first pondered the idea, research toward medical uses for buckyballs continues trekking forward.
Friedman sent an e-mail to each of his 300 employees that said, "We want you to participate in our vision statement.
Flitting from one country to another, Friedman hobnobs with the wealthy and political elites of developing nations in five-star hotels and convention centers, and then records their observations on the benefits of globalization as if they were bits of Socratic wisdom.
Yet, as Friedman himself points out, Japan's export sector remains world-class (In fact, it's sort of bizarre that he names a symbol of Japanese manufacturing prowess, rather than some American specialty like software or entertainment, in the book's title.
Friedman suggests that this development eliminated the last impediment to maternal custody because it insured that children would be educated even though their mothers could not afford to pay for expensive schools.
Friedman is neither a philosopher of science nor a professional methodologist, but someone forced to deal with methodological choices in his substantive work.
What Friedman finds especially interesting about the reception of his book is the new and current thinking on criticism of Israel within the American Jewish community.