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(hä′nə-mən, -män′), (Christian Friedrich) Samuel 1755-1843.
German physician and founder of homeopathy. He postulated that medicine produces symptoms in healthy people that are similar to those that it relieves in sick people.
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The feasibility study, submitted to senior hospital management in September 1985, concluded that Hahnemann could save approximately $2 million in annual operating expense by running the laboratory itself instead of renewing the reference lab contract.
Liverpool bounced back from that let-off and began to trouble Hahnemann regularly.
If there was one bright, spot apart from Fletcher's second goal in as many league starts, it was that Wolves cast aside their 'naughty boys' tag with Kevin Foley, Jelle Van Damme and Hahnemann picking up their three bookings.
There was a let off for Wolves after Hahnemann spilled a 20-yard shot from David Bird.
"I played four times in late '94, and in the last one was named man of the match," explained Hahnemann.
Second, the principle of dilutions, or Hahnemann's "law of minimum dose," asserts that the lower the dose of a medication, the greater its effectiveness.
"Wayne has done nothing wrong - there's no way anyone can fault him for anything," said Hahnemann.
The substitute squared for Grant MaCann to arrow his shot high into Hahnemann's goal.
A minute after the interval Hahnemann stopped a rocket shot from close range by Moses - even if the Reading keeper knew little about it.
MARCUS Hahnemann, Reading's American goalkeeper, is tipping Eddie Johnson for success at Ninian Park.
READING keeper Marcus Hahnemann swapped his sick bucket for a glass of Jim Beam on Saturday night after recording his first clean sheet in almost five months.