Definitions for "Adam"
Keywords:  genesis, eve, eden, yahwist, allah
The name given in the Bible to the first man, the progenitor of the human race.
"Original sin;" human frailty.
First man mentioned in Genesis and thus the paradigm for the human being. Adam features in many pseudepigraphic texts of the Second Temple period found at Qumran.
A 19th century style often included in the larger category of Federal. Adam style is characterized by a strong but restrained classical influence, somewhat heavier than contemporaries Hepplewhite and Sheraton.
The style period from 1765-1790. The Adam brothers introduced the neoclassical style in furniture and architecture to England.
Scottish architect who designed many public buildings in England and Scotland (1728-1792)
area denial artillery munitions
area-denial artillery munition
artillery-delivered antipersonnel mine
Acronym]. Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring. See also the ADAM website.
Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring Program
Adam is a fictional cyborg in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, played by George Hertzberg.
Adam is a fictional character of the television series Northern Exposure, played by Adam Arkin. He appeared in eighteen episodes.
Keywords:  ecstasy
Keywords:  bafta, annecy, peter, academy, won
Adam is a 1991 6-minute animated short film written, animated and directed by Peter Lord that was nominated for an academy award for best short film, and won the equivalent award at BAFTA in 1992 as well as the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in 1993.
Keywords:  pdmps, militia, tango, bent, violence
Alpha Detachment, American Militia. Underground tango group bent on violence. (See PDMPs).
Keywords:  'grumpus, 'insane, see
See 'Insane', 'Grumpus'
an independent choreographer and former principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet
a homosexual tardling w/ genital warts
street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine
a macho male who has not grown up, and measures his importance by his conquests
a device for controlling women who can channel , consisting of a collar and bracelet linked by a leash, all of silvery metal
Adam is a programming language that is truely visual. There is a person named Adam who walks around in a 3D environment to show the execution of a program. A program is a description of the sequence of actions Adam must perform on the objects in a
a Director at Jefferson Wells International and has extensive experience in information security, enterprise risk management and IT Audit
Active Directory Application Mode. A stand-alone directory service that is designed specifically for use with directory-enabled applications. Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) does not require or depend on Active Directory forests or domains. ADAM stores and replicates only application-related information. ADAM does not store or replicate network operating system (NOS)-related information. See also: directory service; directory-enabled application
See definition for: Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM)
Keywords:  architecture, media, art, design
Art Design Architecture and Media
Keywords:  digital, recording, see
See Digital Recording.