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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Adams, Robert, Lena Dominelli and Malcolm Payne, Social Work: Themes, Issues and Critical Debates.
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.
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).
It was a tremendous effort and the young journalists - Keira Leigh Rooney, Kelley French, Kelly Marie Hunter, Lisa Thompson, Leanne Harvey, Cathryn Adams, Robert Forrest, Steven Ruddick and Haydn Swift - picked up a range of skills and experiences along the way.