Stokes-Adams syndrome

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Stokes-Adams syndrome

[¦stōks ′ad·əmz ‚sin‚drōm]
(medicine)
Syncopic or convulsive attacks occurring in patients with complete heart block.
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Almost all of these secular leaders identified with the Enlightenment's rationalist theology, and many--like John Adams, Robert Treat Paine, Samuel Otis, and Paul Revere--arrived at their liberal principles under the pastoral guidance of Mayhew.
All the clubs and riparian owners again showed fantastic cooperation in allowing the use of their water - Hexham AA, Hexham AS, Corbridge Riverside Sports Club, Dr Phil Adams, Robert Dickinson, Northumbrian Water, Bywell Estates, David Carrick and the Northumbrian Anglers Fed, plus all the various club officials and land agents.
KENTUCKY--Brad Adams, Robert DeBoe, Victor Gray, Timothy Kyles, Gerald Stribling, Daniel R.
They will be joining a long list of luminaries who have experienced the Magic of Ojai, among them Igor Stravinsky, Aaron Copland, Lukas Foss, Pierre Boulez, Michael Tilson Thomas, Simon Rattle, Kent Nagano, Olivier Messiaen, John Adams, Robert Craft, Peter Maxwell Davies, Dawn Upshaw, David Zinman, Henri Temianka, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Mitsuko Uchida, Emanuel Ax, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Cleveland Orchestra.
The 129 members of the class of 2006 include Ian Adams, Nathan Adams, Sarah Adams, Robert Adamski, Alexa Albrandt, Shane Alley, Travis Alley, Jordan Bamford, Frank Barbera, Maribel Santos Barranca, Jason Bell, Danielle Bienvenue, Cody Biggar, Sabrina Black, Samantha Bowers, Dustin Boyer, Levi Braddock, Tiana Buckles, Joshua Callaway, Daniel Cogan, Melissa Coon, Michael Coon,
Heaven knows where we'll be when Gerry Adams, Robert McCartney and the Hole in the Wall Gang start getting recognised by the culture lobby.
Adams, Robert Benchley, and Donald Ogden Stewart, publicists who successfully fashioned the New York literary scene into a "gymnasium of celebrities" (Douglas 64).