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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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Friedman Associates Insurance is unique in that each person operates within their specialty; however, they operate in teams to address different insurance needs.
Twins are two babies born at the same time," Friedman said.
Friedman did call for all that, and the intellectual acumen that won him the Nobel helped him become the most widely heeded and influential advocate for libertarian ideas in the 20th century.
Ben and Jerry's would be great, too," Friedman said
Friedman said the winners in the future job market will be those who make quick changes.
Unquestionably, Friedman will ridicule the whiners who complain that No Child Left Behind is leading to too much homework and too little summer vacation for poor little Susie, while other nations leap ahead.
If this is the best evidence Friedman can offer of global high-tech entrepreneurial threats, our test scores can safely slide for a few more decades.
Although paper recycling is at the heart of Friedman Recycling's operations, the company has grown through its philosophy of widening its capabilities to meet customer needs.
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.
The caustic and combative Friedman, known as the "TV inquisitor," resigned as VP of Germany's Central Council of Jews as well as prexy of the European Jewish Congress.
Your editorial on Milton Friedman ("Voucher Venom: Don't Buy Snake Oil from Doctor Friedman," May Church & State) brought back memories.