Robert Adam

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Noun1.Robert Adam - Scottish architect who designed many public buildings in England and Scotland (1728-1792)
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This put the team of Adam, James Howse and Luke Rails into a televised gold medal match against hosts USA, where they could not overcome the home nation and finished in second earning the team silver medal.
A midfield five of Adam, James Morrison, James McArthur, Forrest and Jamie Mackie backed up Craig Mackail-Smith, who was playing the lone striker's role with Cardiff City's Kenny Miller named on the bench.
Levein was delighted with Scotland's performance for the first hour as they kept possession well with central midfield trio Charlie Adam, James Morrison and James McArthur all impressing.