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A`del´phi`a


n.1.(Bot.) A "brotherhood," or collection of stamens in a bundle; - used in composition, as in the class names, Monadelphia, Diadelphia, etc.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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MacDowell has a 25-year-plus career in IT and has worked for the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon, Alex Brown Investment Banking, Bankers Trust, Adelphia Cable, Redsiren Technologies Inc.
JH: What are the different pressures you face as an elected public official versus the media person you were at Adelphia Cable for many years?
I was an Adelphia cable subscriber until DirecTV's persistent invitations to "Come on down" gradually eroded the inertia that kept me tethered to cable lines.
Trinidad is now operating TSJC-TV on Adelphia Cable channel 63, giving students in the multimedia arts program a chance to produce, direct and act in shows.
Commitment to creative is also essential to launching a loyalty program, according to John Cimperman, executive vice president of integrated marketing for the Buffalo Sabres and regional vice president of Adelphia Cable.
The event will be broadcast live on Adelphia Cable.
The Sun-Netscape alliance announced new deals with Chase Manhattan, Cutler Hammer, Adelphia Cable, Argentaria, ExpenseVision, Telecom New Zealand and National Discount.
Multimedia Cablevision in Wichita, through a partnership with a subsidiary of Adelphia Cable Communications, soon will begin alternate access to long-distance networks for the area's commercial customers, using a fiberoptic loop around the city that features full redundancy.
While most of the above seem redeemable, Adelphia Cable's John Rigas may have become the poster child for corporate excess, having been conspicuously carted away like a common pert).
The Rigases of Adelphia Cable, former Viv U topper Jean-Marie Messier and a host of former and current AOL execs including Robert Pittman, David Colburn, Wayne Pace and Michael Kelley are defendants in current suits.
handcuffed members of the already disgraced Rigas family, charging them with defrauding Adelphia Cable and its shareholders (see story, page 16).