Clover, Mia, Addison, and Jane have developed that typical lasting friendship that comes from rooming together freshman year.
“Dr. Addison has shown strength and resiliency during an extremely difficult time,” an embassy spokesperson tells me.
Addison was allowed out of jail, finally, but her passport was held pending an investigation—even though nobody questioned her.
Addison spent four nights in jail, she told me on FaceTime during a period when she was out on her own recognizance.
This will give you a taste of the frustrations Addison is facing.
See Addison's account of some of the quack medicines of the day in Tatler, No. 224.
At its first appearance it was termed, by Addison, “merum sal.”
After dinner Addison said that he lay under a difficulty which he wished to explain.
It is inscribed to Addison, then secretary to the lords justices.
Addison glanced around in the stormy gloom and shook his head.
Addison Ad·di·son (ād'ĭ-sən), Thomas. 1793-1860.
English physician who first described (1849) Addison's disease and Addison's anemia.