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Ado

Symbol for adenosine.

Ado

Abbreviation for adenosine.
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Nathless, he reeled and had much ado to keep from falling; seeing which Robin stayed his hand--to his own sorrow, for the tanner recovered his wits in a marvelous quick space and sent back a sidelong blow which fairly lifted Robin off his feet and sent him tumbling on to the grass.
So, without more ado, each gripped his staff in the middle, and, with fell and angry looks, they came slowly together.
Thou, who, to my thinking, art beyond all doubt a dullard, without early rising or night watching or taking any trouble, with the mere breath of knight-errantry that has breathed upon thee, seest thyself without more ado governor of an island, as though it were a mere matter of course.
I made no ado, but set to work on the biscuits at once, while the white-haired man helped Montgomery to release about a score more of the rabbits.
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Much Ado About Nothing provides a setting that is especially elastic, even among Shakespeare's highly flexible festive comedies.
Friedman's thesis is clear: plays often wrenched into "romantic comedies" on the stage (Two Gentlemen, Much Ado, Measure for Measure, All's Well) in fact represent a subgenre of Shakespeare, namely, the "comedy of forgiveness." But where Hunter's argument focuses mainly on (usually tenuous) heterosexual forgiveness, Friedman emphasizes the "ways in which the drive to link men together shapes their attitude toward women and marriage" (111).
Yet at the same time, we also hear in Hero's simile an evocation of the martial, heroic romance world of the writings most commonly taken to be the literary antecedents of Much Ado About Nothing, works by Bandello, Ariosto, et alia, works which provide the core elements of the Claudio-Hero plot in the play and which are metamorphosed into the determinedly holiday world of Messina.