Addison

[car] The Addison was an English car built in Liverpool in 1906-13. The 6½ hp (5 kW) two-cylinder engine was controlled by variable-lift inlet valves. It was promoted as `the Mercedes of the tri-car world`. ...
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Addison

[CTA Blue Line station] ==Station layout== ==History== Addison station opened in 1970 as part of an extension of the West-Northwest route 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 r...
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Addison

[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] ==Transit art== Chicago artist Steve Musgrave has several murals featuring Cubs legends on display at the Addison station, which he adopted as part of the CTA`s Adopt-A-Station program in 1998. Four large murals feature Cubs legends Billy Williams, Ferguson Jenkins, `Mr. Cub,` Ernie Banks, and Ryne Sandberg. A smaller...
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Addison

[name] Addison is an Old English given name whose etymological meaning is `son of Adam.` Variants include Adisson, Adison, Addisyn, Addyson 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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Addison

Addison is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `earth, noble` The name Addison is most commonly given to American girls. Use for the other sex: Addison,, Addison What do they use in other countries? Adyson Addie Adama (French) Addy Adam (German, French, English, Arabic, Slavic, Polish, Russian) Adan (Spanish) Edom Ade Addis The name ...
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Addison

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

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

Inadequate production of hormones produced by the adrenal glands. Also known as hypoadrenocorticism.
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Addison

Type: Term Pronunciation: ad′i-sŏn Definitions: 1. Christopher, English anatomist, 1869-1951. See: Addison clinical planes, under plane
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