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ADIDASAll Day I Dream About Sports
ADIDASAll Day I Dream about Soccer
ADIDASAll Day I Dream About Sex (song by Korn)
ADIDASAsociacion de Idiotas Dispuestos a Superarse (Spanish: Idiots Association Prepared to Succeed)
ADIDASAdolph (Adi) Dassler (founder of Adidas)
ADIDASAll Day I Dream about Sleeping
ADIDASAll Day I Dream about Someone
ADIDASAll Day I Dream About Salvation
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It was basically the same game which birdwatcher Peter Adolph would later patent as his own (he named his version after the Hobby hawk, or Falco Subbuteo).
The initial estimate was that 1,000 to 2,000 litres of oil leaked, says WHA acting CEO Robert Adolph.
Rau, whose images of Indian delegates were used for a series of postcards issued by Adolph Selige Publishing Company of St Louis, probably printed in Germany.
The fact the individual's name happened to be Adolph only added to suspicions, though we must add that this was not yet a name to carry the misgivings it would 20 years later.
Remember when we told you in November about the pending sale of the 2,856-acre Adolph Thomas Farm & Hunting Club in Prairie County?
PROFESSIONAL genealogist Anthony Adolph has defended the research which led to the discovery that Prince George has royal Welsh blood and spoken of his surprise at the reaction it generated.
He cited the graft charges filed in the Office of the Ombudsman against his younger siblings, Adolph Edward and Maria Valentina, during their respective terms as governor to justify his claims about the alleged corruption of members of his own family while in office.
Genealogist Anthony Adolph said, however, that the attempt failed and there may now be up to 200,000 relatives worldwide who have Plantagenet genes, according to the Daily Express.
Andrea Adolph (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2009) viii + 183 pp.
Jews named Adolph (apparently they tended to choose the "-ph" over the "-f"?
Adolph spent a number of years in China on the faculties of Cheelco and Yenching Universities.
Adolph (English, Kent State University-Stark Campus) uses the tropes of food consumption, preparation and serving to explore a unification of mind and body in the fiction of British writers, Barbara Pym, Angela Carter, Helen Dunmore, Helen Fielding and Rachel Cask.