Guttman


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Gutt·man

(gŭt'măn),
L.L., 20th-century U.S. epidemiologist. See: Guttman scale.
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To dispel the myth that "polling Jewish voters can predict how Jews will vote," Guttman shows how difficult it is to poll the small Jewish population.
CUTLINE: On the 18th hole, Mo Guttman, adjusting his cap, Dave Pernell, rear, and John Paesani, foreground, all parred, leaving Guttman the Mass.
But Guttman rejected the idea that it was a terminal condition and introduced sport and exercise as a way of building up his patients' strength and confidence - inspiring them to believe they could still live full lives.
At that time, the prevailing medical attitude towards paralysis was that it was a permanent condition, but Guttman took a different view, believing his patients could still lead full and useful lives.
Then on Thursday he's in The Best Of Men, about German doctor Ludwig Guttman - the man we have to thank for the Paralympics.
Four years later, Guttman was ready to hold the first national event for disabled athletes - which just happened to coincide with the opening ceremony of the 1948 London Olympics.
It starts in 1944 when neurologist Dr Ludwig Guttman (Eddie Marsan) arrived at the spinal injuries unit at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
Guttman draws from numerous sources, including autobiographical information written by Bouchard himself, to provide important and interesting family background and to show how these early influences during his formative years impacted the decisions he made throughout his political career.
Chemical Genomics Ferenc Darvas, Andras Guttman, Gyorgy Dorman New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc.
Marc Guttman commanded logistical support for a massive NATO exercise ill South Korea.