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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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On a more serious note, Moreno said Freeman was more than just an actor, narrator, producer and humanitarian.
Two films starring Freeman are held in the Library of Congress' National Film Registry: 'Unforgiven,' which received four Oscars, and 'The Shawshank Redemption,' for which Freeman received Best Actor nominations for a SAG Award, Oscar and a Golden Globe.
Law enforcement from multiple agencies took part in the high-speed chase before Freeman ran over a set of spikes that officers had set up near a cemetery.
Asked if he expected such immediate success, Freeman responded with a kind of verbal shrug.
The publication of a single book and the publicity garnered by Freeman and his work (with which most of his anthropological colleagues disagreed) resulted in the deep questioning of not only Mead, one of the most well-known American anthropologists but also the credibility of her ethnographic work, Coming of Age in Samoa, one of the most famous of all anthropological publications.
Freeman continues to demonstrate TARDEC's commitment to grow leaders through cross-training and to build and maintain organizational partnerships within our parent organization, the U.
Tests with gas streams that contained water and hydrogen sulfide indicated that the membrane was also more permeable to those contaminants than to hydrogen, says Freeman.
Within months, other fund managers copied the product, and Freeman said there are now about 20 such funds in the country.
Upholding a lower court, a three-judge panel of Florida's 5th District Court of Appeal concluded that Freeman had failed to prove that the state law regarding driver's licenses substantially burdened her free exercise of religion.
in 1998, was repurchased from the Hathi Group, which acquired Freeman Cosmetics from Dial in 2001.
Larry, Mark and Jill Freeman undertook a new venture two years ago with the introduction of pH Beauty, which offers such lines as Totally Juicy, Totally Nutty, Binge and Botopical.
It's a sleeper you don't hear much about," says Freeman.