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Adam, Lambert-Sigisbert, 1700-1759

Lambert Sigisbert Adam was both a sculpture and the business head of a large family workshop in Paris, together with his brothers Nicolas Sébastien

Open Adams, Ansel, 1902-1984
Adams, Ansel, 1902-1984

(1902–84), American photographer, b. San Francisco. He began taking photographs in the High Sierra and Yosemite Valley, with which his name is

Adams, Douglas, 1952-2001

1952-2001 English novelist and scriptwriter Born and educated in Cambridge, he worked as script editor on the popular television series Doctor Who

Adie, Kate

English television reporter. She has covered the British Broadcasting Corporation's (BBC) national news since 1979, reporting from trouble spots

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Adobe brick

In architecture, a building method employing sun-dried earth bricks; also the individual bricks. The use of earth bricks and the construction of walls

Adorno, Theodor W., 1903-1969

German philosopher; leading figure in the Frankfurt school of critical theory. Born into a wealthy family in Frankfurt am Main, Adorno received his

Adrian Cadbury

English business executive and fourth generation member of the Cadbury family's confectionery company. Cadbury became a director of Cadbury Brothers

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Adult education

The body of knowledge that comprises what is known about how adults learn. In the 1970s, those involved in the education of adults sought to separate

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Advertising

The rising significance of consumption (or consumer culture) in contemporary societies is often associated with the impact of advertising —the

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Aesthetics

( ĕsthĕt'ĭks ), the branch of philosophy that is concerned with the nature of art and the criteria of artistic judgment. The classical conception of