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(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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"Wang's failure to pay Friedman $60,000 as she had promised is not a 'failure of consideration' that would permit rescission of the settlement agreement.
For many commentators in the years since Friedman's article
BFCU originally filed its civil lawsuit New York state court, but the credit union wants to transfer the case to New York City's federal court because of the bankruptcies of Friedman's management company and the cab companies.
One major challenge to Iran is that Israel has been bulking up its submarine fleet--and its missiles on those subs--over the last 10 years, according to Friedman. So any war that starts of Israel's border could quickly move into Iran.
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Arguing that Palestinians were being "subjugated" by "corrupt" and "villainous" leaders, Friedman said that an independent Palestinian state is not necessary and that many Palestinians would be happy being a part of an Israeli state.
In this chapter, Rivot also discusses Keynes's and Friedman's view on laissez-faire.
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30 -- setting up what Friedman says will be a massive negotiation in the preceding month.
"What we have here is a glass box with a pump in it and a sponge filter," Friedman said.
Because according to the picture that New York Times columnist and best-selling author Thomas Friedman painted Tuesday night for a packed audience at Mechanics Hall, both scenarios are playing out right now, and it's important that we adjust to it before the global economy passes us by.
Jerusalem Fugue for horn and strings (piano reduction) by Stanley Friedman. Editions BIM CO49a, 1996, CHF 25.