- Joseph,1672–1719, English essayist and poet.
- Thomas,1793–1860, English physician.
- a town in NE Illinois.
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Addison was allowed out of jail, finally, but her passport was held pending an investigation—even though nobody questioned her.
This will give you a taste of the frustrations Addison is facing.
“Dr. Addison has shown strength and resiliency during an extremely difficult time,” an embassy spokesperson tells me.
Addison spent four nights in jail, she told me on FaceTime during a period when she was out on her own recognizance.
But, still, week after week, Addison lived in a Dili hostel waiting for the rusty wheels of Timorese justice to set her free.
How different was the sight from what she saw when she looked out in Addison square!Weighed and Wanting
Addison has been less studied; and his likeness has consequently been less questioned.De Libris: Prose and Verse
Miss Woodville sat beside the bed, reading aloud from Addison.The Rock of Chickamauga
Joseph A. Altsheler
He was neither of those about Addison, nor of those about Johnson.Joseph Andrews Vol. 1
"Addison Berg," murmured Tom, as he looked at the watch charm.Tom Swift and his Electric Runabout
- Joseph. 1672–1719, English essayist and poet who, with Richard Steele, founded The Spectator (1711–14) and contributed most of its essays, including the de Coverley Papers
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- English physician who first described (1849) Addison's disease and Addison's anemia.
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