Addison


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Addison: Thomas Addison, Addison disease

Ad·di·son

(ad'i-sŏn),

Ad·di·son

(ad'i-sŏn),
Christopher, English anatomist, 1869-1951. See: Addison clinical planes.
References in classic literature ?
When George I came to the throne, the Whigs once more returned to power, and Addison again became Secretary for Ireland.
And now, in 1716, when he was already a man of forty-four, Addison married.
But whether Addison was happy in his married life or not, one sorrow he did have.
Angelo Chrysogelos ADDISON - Angelo Chrysogelos, 90.
On the way home from school, with students on the bus, Addison Hutchinson noticed that her driver appeared to be in distress.
Britain's Foreign and Commonwealth Office/AP) LONDON: British taxi firm Addison Lee has been criticized by the family of murder victim Rebecca Dykes for advertising its "safer" cars in online stories about the British diplomat who was killed by a driver working for Uber, a major competitor.
Douglas Addison, 89, attacked Avis Addison with his walking stick and smothered her at their bungalow in St Merryn, Cornwall, in February.
James Addison, 21, bombarded Emma Coulter with up to 190 calls a day after she dumped him.
15 September 2017 - UK-based managed premium car service Addison Lee Group is acquiring car service booking and management platform Tandem Technologies from Transdev to expand and enhance the company's services for business customers in New York City, the company said.
Christopher Addison, 37, and Scott Noon, 41, both left HMP Leyhill in South Gloucestershire at about 5.
After a do-it-all junior season at Oregon, Bralon Addison is heading to the NFL.
Two comments regarding the bus crash on Addison Road, Kings Heath, on Saturday, August 29, will no doubt raise the eyebrows and temperatures of the city fathers in Council House who have, over a good number of years, treated Addison Road and its residents with utter contempt.