Goodman may refer to:
- Goodman (surname)
- Goodman, Missouri, a US city
- Goodman, Wisconsin, a US town
- Goodman (community), Wisconsin, an US unincorporated community
- Goodman, Mississippi, a US town
- Goodman Group, an Australian property company
- Goodman Manufacturing Company, an HVAC manufacturer
- Goodman (title), an obsolete polite term of address, comparable to "Mister"
- Goodman (NGBC), a fictional boss in Neo Geo Battle Coliseum
- Goodman Theatre, Chicago, USA
- Goodman & Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, a textbook of pharmacology
- Goodmans Industries an electronic brand belonging to Harvard International plc
- Goodmans, a Canadian law firm headquartered in Toronto
Other articles related to "goodman":
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... Goodman, Lieber, and Kurtzberg (first names all unknown), the first three senior law partners of GLK H ... names are based on founding members of Marvel Comics, namely Martin Goodman (the first publisher at Marvel), Stan Lee (born Stanley Lieber), and Jack Kirby (born Jacob Kurtzberg) ...
... She appeared with Benny Goodman, Bobby Hackett, Will Bradley, and Jack Jenney ... Tobin introduced I Didn't Know What Time It Was with Benny Goodman’s band in 1939 ... Her biggest hit with Goodman was There'll Be Some Changes Made, which was number two on the Hit Parade in 1941 for 15 weeks ...
... Louis Earl Goodman (January 2, 1892 – September 15, 1961) was a United States federal judge ... Born in Lemoore, California, Goodman received a B.A ... On November 9, 1942, Goodman was nominated by President Franklin D ...
Famous quotes containing the word goodman:
“At times it seems that the media have become the mainstream culture in childrens lives. Parents have become the alternative. Americans once expected parents to raise their children in accordance with the dominant cultural messages. Today they are expected to raise their children in opposition to it.”
—Ellen Goodman (20th century)
“Comedy deflates the sense precisely so that the underlying lubricity and malice may bubble to the surface.”
—Paul Goodman (19111972)
“If we are ready to tolerate everything as understood, there is nothing left to explain; while if we sourly refuse to take anything, even tentatively, as clear, no explanation can be given. What intrigues us as a problem, and what will satisfy us as a solution, will depend upon the line we draw between what is already clear and what needs to be clarified.”
—Nelson Goodman (b. 1906)