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United States economist noted as a proponent of monetarism and for his opposition to government intervention in the economy (born in 1912)

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Abe Friedman started his Phoenix-based company with a Harris HRB baler and some land he purchased in an industrial neighborhood on the city's west side.
As Friedman puts it, "If you're only into hip hop, but you're out of work, sitting on the couch watching reruns and eating Ramen Noodles, are you really going to pass on the jazz audition you heard about because you never bothered learning jazz?
But where Hunter's argument focuses mainly on (usually tenuous) heterosexual forgiveness, Friedman emphasizes the "ways in which the drive to link men together shapes their attitude toward women and marriage" (111).
However, Friedman refers to churches, synagogues, rectories, and hierarchies as families.
But Friedman, who largely did dismiss Huntington in The Lexus and the Olive Tree, continued to do so after September 11.
On his computer, Friedman soon modeled the interaction of a buckyball with the HIV protease and suddenly Roe's casual suggestion seemed profound.
Many of the tools Friedman is implementing to manage a fresh relationship with employees are Internet-based.
Friedman lauds the supposed democratizations of technology, information, and finance, which have apparently brought the benefits of globalization to more people than ever before.
It's possible to summarize what Friedman has to say fairly quickly, mainly because it's what you read in just about every issue of Business Week.
Friedman maintains that the evolution of the presumption of maternal custody involved more than the substitution of one parent for the other and more than the conversion of paternal right to maternal right.
Specifically, one can then agree with Friedman without having to accept the much criticized instrumentalist philosophy discussed below.
The book has been met by a blanket of silence," Friedman recently told me.
Friedman, a professor of Hebrew and comparative literature at the University of California, San Diego, who addressed a recent Council for the Advancement of Science on "|Sciene' and the Bible," admitted to having a chip on his shoulder.
For the second year in a row Investment Advisor magazine has named Marin County financial advisor, Greg Friedman, President and founder of Salient-Friedman Wealth Management, as one of its "Top 25" most influential people in the financial services industry.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- Friedman, Weissman & Associates, P.