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Neu·mann

(noy'mahn),
Ernst F.C., German histologist, anatomist, and pathologist, 1834-1918. See: Rouget-Neumann sheath.

Neu·mann

(noy'mahn),
Franz E., German physicist, 1798-1895. See: Neumann law.

Neu·mann

(noy'mahn),
Isidor, dermatologist in Hapsburg Empire, 1832-1906. See: Neumann disease.
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Neumann, a 40-year-old Israeli immigrant with dark, flowing hair, has a star power of his own.
"No matter what the industry is, if you are inside the company working on the front lines of the issues that come up, you are going to be better equipped," Neumann said.
In its statement, ZDF said it valued Neumann's experience, noting: "The fact that she also makes mistakes, like confusing a Japanese player, is also part of the job for male colleagues."
The main thrust of Neumann's research throughout his career was to produce results that addressed operational needs and added value to critical products and services.
This is more a market correction than it is something that signifies a risk of recession,' Neumann said.
Likely, an exterior Neumann function for the Laplace operator is the solution of the following boundary value problem for the potential [N.sup.e](r, [r.sub.s]):
The new strategic partnership between Beneficial Bank and Neumann Finance will focus on providing financing products and services to businesses nationwide.
When it comes to 3D productions, the talents of the AMBEO VR Mic from Sennheiser and the binaural KU100 dummy head from Neumann truly shine.
In this role, Neumann is responsible for the company's information technology strategy worldwide.
Neumann, who became a hospice volunteer after the difficult death of her father, writes that those dying in America today "are misunderstood, ignored, underserved, and ill informed."