Hahnemann


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Hahnemann

(Christian Friedrich) Samuel . 1755-- 1843, German physician; founder of homeopathy
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The operational analysis required a comparison of the amount that would be paid to the reference lab in a newly renegotiated contract with the estimated capital outlay and operating costs if Hahnemann were to take over the labs.
Hahnemann wasn't the oldest veteran on show, however.
And ahead of tomorrow's trip to Manchester United, Wolves keeper Hahnemann said: "Hunty is one of those players who everyone hates to play against, but loves to have on their team.
A freak goal ensued when Stearman's attempted clearance bounced off Hutton's shin and over Hahnemann into the net.
Hahnemann saved superbly from old boy JJ Melligan at his near post at the other end.
Hahnemann is pretty much resigned to certainly being behind Everton's Tim Howard, and possibly even Villa's Brad Guzan, in the pecking order.
Hahnemann's practice was based on two principles: First, the principle of similars, or "like cures like," states that a disease can be cured by a substance that produces similar symptoms in healthy people.
But former Reading number one Hahnemann, 37, believes the Anglesey-born shot-stopper will be better for his time out.
"The Hahnemann building is at the centre of the city's cultural quarter, is close to the universities, and offers easy access to the public transport network.
For all his good work, though, Hahnemann could do nothing about Kevan Hurst's equaliser six minutes before the break, after a threaded pass from Paul Hayes found its way to the midfielder who rolled the ball home.
Anthony Stokes had the first genuine chance of the match when his low shot was blocked by Marcus Hahnemann.