[CTA Blue Line station]
Addison station opened in 1970 as part of an extension of the Blue line to Jefferson Park on the Kennedy Expressway, similar to that of Belmont Station. During rush hour, trains bound for O`Hare Airport run every 4-10 minutes while trains headed for the Loop and Forest Park run every 3-10 minutes. From Addison Statio
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county, western Vermont, U.S. It is bounded by Lake Champlain (constituting the border with New York state) to the west and the Green Mountains to ...
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Addison is a English mixed name. The meaning of the name is ` Adam`s son ` Where is it used? The name Addison is mainly used In English. The name Addison appears In the name list top 1000 for both male and female. Below you can find the statistics for both sexes. Addison as a boys nameAddison appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank
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[CTA Brown Line station]
==History== Addison Station opened in 1907 as part of the Northwestern Elevated Railroad`s Ravenswood branch. ===Brown Line Capacity Expansion Project=== The Brown Line Capacity Expansion Project aims to allow eight car trains on the Brown Line by the extension of the platforms at all stations. At the same time all
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[CTA Red Line station]
Prior to 2007, southbound afternoon Purple Line Express trains stopped at the station before weekday evening Cubs games, to speed travel times for customers from Evanston, Skokie and Wilmette. In an effort to prevent delays due to Brown Line construction just south of the station, Purple Line Express trains now stop a
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Type: Term Pronunciation: ad′i-sŏn Definitions: 1. Christopher, English anatomist, 1869-1951. See: Addison clinical planes, under plane
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Type: Term Pronunciation: ad′i-sŏn Definitions: 1. Thomas, English physician, 1793-1860. See: Addison anemia, Addison disease, addisonian anemia, addisonian crisis, Addison-Biermer disease
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Billed as "the Mercedes of the tri-car world", the Addison was an English automobile built in Liverpool in 1906. The 6½ hp (5 kW) two-cylinder engine was controlled by variable-lift inlet valves. ...
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Addison ==Places== ===Canada=== ===United States=== ==People== ==Fictional characters== ==CTA stations== ==Other== ...
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Addison is a town in Steuben County, New York, United States. The population was 2,595 at the 2010 census. The name was selected to honor the author Joseph Addison. The Town of Addison contains a village, also called Addison. The town is an interior town in the southeastern part of the county. == History == The town was first settled
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Addison, village (1990 pop. 32,058), Du Page co., NE Ill.; inc. 1884. An industrial suburb of Chicago, it manufactures machinery and plastic items.
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Addison is a Old English given name whose etymological meaning is "son of Adam." Variants include Adisson, Adison, and Addeson. Addison is also a Scottish patronymic surname meaning "son of Addie", a Scottish Lowlands nickname for Adam. People with the name Addison include: ==Given name== ...
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Inadequate production of hormones produced by the adrenal glands. Also known as hypoadrenocorticism.
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