ADAM

Aerial Denial Artillery Weapon
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Adam

Adam (אָדָם) is a figure from the Book of Genesis, also mentioned in the New Testament, the Quran, and the Book of Iqan. According to the creation myth of Abrahamic religions, he is the first human. In the Genesis creation narratives, he was created by Yahweh-Elohim (`Yahweh-God`, the god of Israel), though the term `adam` can refer to bo...
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ADAM

Area Denial Artillery Munition
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Adam

• (n.) The name given in the Bible to the first man, the progenitor of the human race. • (n.) `Original sin;` human frailty.
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Adam

noun Scottish architect who designed many public buildings in England and Scotland (1728-1792)
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Adam

ecstasy noun street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine
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Adam

(architects) Family of Scottish architects and designers. William Adam (1689–1748) was the leading Scottish architect of his day, and his son Robert Adam (1728–1792) is considered one of the greatest British architects of the late 18th century, responsible for transforming the prevai...
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Adam

(biblical) In the Old Testament (Genesis 2, 3), the first human. Formed by God from dust and given the breath of life, Adam was placed in the Garden of Eden, where Eve was created from his rib and given to him as a companion. Because she tempted him, he tasted the forbidden fruit of the tree o...
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Adam

[given name] Adam is a common masculine given name. The personal name Adam derives from the Hebrew noun ha adamah meaning `the ground` or `earth`. It is still a Hebrew given name, and its Quranic and Biblical usage has ensured that it is also a common name in all countries which draw on these traditions. It is particularly common in Christi...
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Adam

[Hollyoaks] Albums produced by The Cataracs. ...
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Adam

[murder victim] `Adam` was the name given to a young Nigerian boy whose torso was discovered in the River Thames, London on 21 September 2001. He is believed to have been between the ages of four and seven. The murder is believed to be linked to a ritual killing. Despite the use of forensic science, the Metropolitan Police Service have not ...
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Adam

[musical] Adam is a musical with a book by June Tansey, lyrics and music by Richard Ahlert, based on the life of the controversial politician Adam Clayton Powell Jr.. ==Synopsis== The story follows the life of Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and his wife (in real life the writers combined his first two wives Isabel Washington and Hazel Scott). ==Or...
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Adam

[Northern Exposure character] ...
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Adam

Ad'am noun 1. The name given in the Bible to the first man, the progenitor of the human race. 2. (As a symbol) 'Original sin;' human frailty. « And whipped the offending Adam out of him. Shak. » Adam's ale , water. [ Coll.] -- ...
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Adam

Adam (ăd'um) , [Heb.,=man], in the Bible, the first man. In the Book of Genesis, God creates humankind in his image as a species of male and female, giving them dominion over other life. Elsewhere in Genesis, however, Adam is the personal name of the first man for whom the created order is...
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Adam

Adam is a Hebrew name for boys. The meaning is `earth, noble` The name Adam is most commonly given to Scottish boys. Adam is at number 15 in the top 50 of Scottish boys (average of 10 years data) Use for the other sex: Adamina What do they use in other countries? Addison (English) Adyson Addie Adama (French) Addy Adan (Spanish) Edom Ade Addis The n...
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Adam

Adam is a servant to Oliver in As You Like It.
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Adam

Adam is slang for the drug ecstasy (MDA or methyl diamphetamine).
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Adam

Adam, in the Bible, town on the upper Jordan.
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Adam

Adam: A street name for 3-4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine. See: Ecstasy.
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ADAM

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Adam

Codename for the non-existant Japanese Nakajima SKT-97 fighter [US], Area Denial Artillery Munition
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Adam

Family of Scottish architects and designers. William Adam (1689-1748) was the leading Scottish architect of his day, and his son Robert Adam (1728-1792) is considered one of the greatest British...
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Adam

In the Old Testament (Genesis 2, 3), the first human. Formed by God from dust and given the breath of life, Adam was placed in the Garden of Eden, where
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Adam

the first man in the Hebraic system. The word really means Man and not a man.
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