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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A handgun was found on Robert Adams' bed, "which was not where it should be," the affidavit states.
Such is the case with Robert Adams's traveling retrospective exhibition organized by Yale University Art Gallery and represented in the three-volume catalog The Place We Live, which covers the period from 1964 to 2009.
FBR Capital Markets acted as financial adviser to Milestone, while Sherman and Howard LLC took care of legal matters on its behalf.Country: USASector: Banking/Financial ServicesTarget: The Milestone Group IncBuyer: BOK Financial CorporationVendor: Robert Adams, Eric KoeplinType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: ClosedBuyer advisor: Frederic Dorwart, Lawyers
Jon Robert Adams, in his study Male Armor: The Soldier-Hero in Contemporary American Culture, deconstructs the culturally substantiated notion of masculinity's inherency in war's performance by providing a limited archaeology of 20th Century American representations of manhood in war as envisioned in literature and film.
When looking at Robert Adams's work, I often think about one of the other great Roberts of twentieth-century photography--Robert Frank--and the different relationships the two artists have with time.
Actually, there were revolvers well before Sam Colt, and there were double-actions prior to Robert Adams. In the case of the former, the original revolvers relied on antiquated ignition and locking systems that rendered them inefficient and cumbersome, and in the latter, the double-action principle was primarily seen in pepperbox-style pistols wherein an entire cluster of barrels rotated and proper indexing of cylinder to barrel was not all that important.
Robert Adams shot past Solihull net minder Maya Bhogal net to open the Blaze's account after less than two minutes.
Robert Adams Julian Adams Eveline McCord Adams Gwendolyn Edwards Benjamin Young Eric Holloway Sylvia McCord Amy Redford Joshua Lindsey Nelson McCord Grandmother Eveline Tippi Hedren David McCord Mickey Rooney Armed with enough petrified earnestness to make "Gettysburg" seem like a Mel Brooks movie, "The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams" might well have appeared noble on the page but is undone by a thorough lack of visual craft.
The Narrative of Robert Adams, a Barbary Captive: A Critical Edition.
Presented as excerpts from the artist's own writings, this SFMOMA podcast features photographer Robert Adams's reflections on the legacy of the Lewis and Clark expedition and the impacts of human encroachment on the American landscape, as well as meditations on what is lost and what has been retained.
According to Robert Adams, a senior industry adviser in the IRS's Large and Mid-Size Business Division, the Service is also formulating versions of Schedule M-3 for partnership, S corporation, property and casualty insurance company, and life insurance company returns.
Heinz II director of the Yale University Art Gallery, announces the acquisition of "The Master Sets," a total of 1,465 gelatin silver prints by the influential American landscape photographer, Robert Adams. The 15 vintage sets will join the already acquired set, "What We Bought: The New World, Scenes from the Denver Metropolitan Area," making Yale the chosen repository of the artist's complete body of work.