American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Neumann, John von 1903-1957. Hungarian-born American mathematician who contributed to game theory, quantum mechanics, and functional analysis.
- n. United States mathematician who contributed to the development of atom bombs and of stored-program digital computers (1903-1957)
“Neumann's two most recent ads refer to Walker as a "career politician," a term Neumann has used frequently during the campaign.”
“This sentiment, uttered by Nancy Neumann, is nothing short of a prophecy, being played out today in district after district, now that our democracy has been imperiled by the amount of proxy money being poured in the electoral process (thanks to the Supreme Court's Faustian bargain with corporations).”
“Its unique interior, which is the one most strongly characterised by the spirit of the rococo in Neumann's work, is actually due to an irregularity in the construction.”
“BloggersBlog do a very funny wrap-up: Martin Neumann recently shuttered his Blog Network Watch blog after just a week.”
“The person responsible for many great vintages in the ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s, Don Jesus Anadon, continued to work at the estate after it was sold in 1964 to a Czech/Venezuelan family by the name of Neumann.”
“We called Neumann's office Monday for comment and were referred to his consultant,”
“For more information, call Neumann at 201-741-3628.”
“Neumann knew he should have taken his daughter to a doctor and minimized her illness when speaking with investigators, Jacobson said, calling Neumann no different than a drunken driver who remarks he only had a couple of beers.”
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