Saint John Ne·pom·u·cene [nuh-pom-uh-seen], /nəˈpɒm əˌsin/, 1811–60, U.S. Roman Catholic clergyman and educator, born in the Austrian Empire: canonized 1977.
John von. Von Neumann, John.
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How to use Neumann in a sentence
At first, Neumann was weird in the usual way that newly rich boy geniuses are weird.The details of WeWork’s unraveling are stranger than fiction | Allison Stewart | July 22, 2021 | Washington Post
Neumann hopped from Activision to Netflix at the beginning of 2019 after he was abruptly put on leave by the video-game maker in anticipation of the move.Activision sues Netflix over hiring of former finance chief | Verne Kopytoff | December 4, 2020 | Fortune
Neumann only received a part of the $185 million, according to the Journal.The Justice Department files a landmark suit against Google | Lucinda Shen | October 20, 2020 | Fortune
Now called the Blackburn-Neumann Collection, the samples are part of the National Museum of Health and Medicine.For Newtown Killer, a Dangerous DNA Wild-Goose Chase | Kent Sepkowitz | December 28, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
"He was talking," said Mr. Neumann, shaking his head in disbelief.Florida Child Abuse Scandal: The Victim's New Life | Jacqui Goddard | February 24, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
“This is a major political problem,” Ambassador Neumann tells me.
“Neumann called me to the American Embassy,” Ahmed confirmed to me.
The pope received an ancient stole that had been placed over the remains of St. John Neumann.
Miss Neumann came from Moscow, and astonished the public when she had scarcely reached her tenth year.Famous Violinists of To-day and Yesterday | Henry C. Lahee
Of these Dr. Neumann was one, and in 1852 he was notified that his lectures were no longer needed in the university of Munich.
The first thing with Dr. Neumann and his daughters was to know how he stood on this question.
It was Neumann's signal that it was high time for Klaus Heinrich to change his clothes and have himself freshened up.Royal Highness | Thomas Mann
Most of us visited the place that night and had a very pleasant reception by Mr. Neumann, the agent of the Alaska Company.Along Alaska's Great River | Frederick Schwatka
British Dictionary definitions for Neumann
(German ˈnɔyman) Johann Balthasar (joˈhan ˈbaltazar). 1687–1753, German rococo architect. His masterpiece is the church of Vierzehnheiligen in Bavaria
(ˈnjuːmən) See (John) von Neumann
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Scientific definitions for Neumann
Hungarian-born American mathematician who contributed to mathematical theories about numbers and games. He was a leader in the design and development of high-speed electronic computers and also contributed to the field of cybernetics, a term he coined.
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