James Adam


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Adam, James:

see Adam, RobertAdam, Robert
, 1728–92, and James Adam,
1730–94, Scottish architects, brothers. They designed important public and private buildings in England and Scotland and numerous interiors, pieces of furniture, and decorative objects.
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CHURCHMAN Colin James Adams targeted a young altar server to sexually abuse, a court heard.
James Adam duped the NHS by hiding the truth that he had been fired by a health trust in the past.
Fellow rider and Royal Navy officer James Adam, 28, from Ayrshire, Scotland, was confirmed dead at the scene.
James Adam, 28, from Prestwick, Ayrshire, died at the scene of the crash at about 11am, organisers said.
Expectation, West of Ireland, which shows a barefoot young woman spoonfeeding her son was sold at James Adam's Important Irish Art Sale in Dublin in association with Bonhams.
James Adam Capp, aged 27, of Oliver Street, Foleshill, Coventry, making off without paying for a hotel room to the value of pounds 45, conditional discharge for six months and told to pay compensation of pounds 45.
Ballingry started strongly and James Adam went close with a 20-yard drive which forced keeper William Ball into a good save.
A James Adam penalty gave Ballingry a 1-0 win against Carnoustie.
Flora Adam, widow of one-time managing director of the Evening Gazette, James Adam, has died aged 96.
Monopoly's James Adam said people here voted "overwhelmingly" in favour of the all-Ireland edition.
James Adam's gelding was a smart performer in the 1997/8 season when herecorded four victories and finished third to Super Coin in the Mildmay of Flete Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.
Ballingry then took the lead against the run of play in 75 minutes when James Adam fired home from 18 yards.