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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Detective Inspector Yvonne O'Rourke, of ForthValley's PPU, said:"For decades, James Adam took advantage of children and teenagers for his own depraved gratification.
James Adam Jackson added: "It shows they just don't care about our joke of a justice system."
James Adam Wyn Jones admitted assaulting Tobias Hughes outside the Cube nightspot in Bangor during the early hours of January 6 this year.
Bo'ness had more possession in " the opening half but Beath had a James Adam goal ruled offside.
UP James Adam agrees - well, it's not like he's got anything else to do right now - but sadly his pintpulling skills prove poor and Chas is soon bundling him off down to the cellar, asking James to show him the ropes.
Beath extended their lead 10 minutes from half–time when James Adam picked out Allum who fired past Scott Christie.
Yesterday's inquest heard that Sgt Bradshaw, from Torridge, Tamworth, died with Royal Navy officer James Adam, aged 28 and from Ayrshire, Scotland, during the Manx Grand Prix's junior race.
This scholarly and nominally objective study of the bridge's "board of governors" makes heroes of critics--opponents such as State Senator Jack McCarthy--and villains of the district's members, especially long-term General Manager James Adam. Using the district's archives and ransacking Bay Area newspapers, Dyble documents the war between the agency and the allied press, government, and general public (including commuters aghast at rising tolls).
Bolton that began in 1913 and culminated in 1922 in his massive two-volume monograph, The Works of Robert and James Adam. Only Sir Edwin Lutyens among English architects has received so much attention from Country Life, hardly a year passing without an article on one or other of Adam's buildings.
At the moment I'm relishing re-runs of the PD James Adam Dalgleish mysteries, which must be 20 years old but are still gripping.
James Adam, et.al.'s PROFESSIONAL RUBY COLLECTION (0132417995, $39.99) pairs a cd-rom of digital shortcuts with a package which joins eight breakthrough insight on today's Ruby and Rails technologies.
The chamber music festival includes performances of work by Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Schoenberg, Berg and Webern in the picture gallery of the 18th Century country house, built to the design of John and James Adam.