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Neuman

 [noo´man]
Betty. Nursing educator and developer of Neuman's systems model for nursing. Her conceptual model was first presented in a 1972 article entitled A Model for Teaching Total Person Approach to Patient Problems and has since been further refined.
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Neuman cannot become President of the United States," during a 15-minute telephone interview when asked what he thought of the 37-year-old challenger.
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"Because Gaea produces our own product, we have a lot more flexibility in our margin, our production costs and our sourcing," says David Neuman, CEO of Gaea North America, based in Hollywood, Fla.