Niemann


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Nie·mann

(nē'mahn),
Albert, German physician, 1880-1921. See: Niemann-Pick cell, Niemann-Pick disease, Niemann disease, Niemann splenomegaly.
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Niemann will be honored as the recipient of the School of Visual Arts's annual Masters Series Award with the exhibition "The Masters Series: Christoph Niemann," on view at The SVA Chelsea Gallery from Sept.
When Niemann Foods broke ground on a new location in Champaign, in downstate Illinois, the plan had been to launch the store under its well-known County Market banner.
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DISCUSSION: Albert Niemann published the first description of what is now known as Niemann-Pick disease, type A, in 1914.
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is a delve into Las Vegas's long and storied history as Greg Niemann tells of the story of a city driven by capitalism, engineering, the mob, and everything else to become an adult playground and the face of vice in America.