Joseph, 1672–1719, English essayist and poet.
Thomas, 1793–1860, English physician.
a town in NE Illinois.
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How to use Addison in a sentence
Addison is desperate to protect her two young children from those outcomes.‘This is a crisis’: Tens of thousands of children affected by pandemic-related deaths of parents | Ariana Eunjung Cha | October 7, 2021 | Washington Post
Shortly after her husband, Martin, a speech pathologist, died of covid early in the pandemic last year, her daughter stopped eating and began screaming at odd times, like when Addison would touch the night light.‘This is a crisis’: Tens of thousands of children affected by pandemic-related deaths of parents | Ariana Eunjung Cha | October 7, 2021 | Washington Post
San Diego, which had earned just one Michelin star, for Addison, when the inaugural guide was released in 2019, fared better this year.All the Michelin Stars Awarded to U.S. Restaurants in 2021 | Eater Staff | September 29, 2021 | Eater
Although there are no federally approved drugs for POTS or CFS, experienced physicians use a variety of medicines including fludrocortisone, commonly prescribed for Addison’s disease, that can improve symptoms.Long-COVID-19 Patients Are Getting Diagnosed With Little-Known Illnesses Like POTS | Cindy Loose / Kaiser Health News | May 27, 2021 | Time
In west suburban Addison, school social worker Maria Sinkule has been calling on district officials to share data about community and school transmission.Illinois Will Start Sharing Data About COVID-19 Outbreaks in Schools | by Jodi S. Cohen, ProPublica, and Jennifer Smith Richards, Chicago Tribune | October 21, 2020 | ProPublica
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.
Mr. Addison, whose abilities no man can doubt, was from diffidence totally unable to speak in the house.The Book of Anecdotes and Budget of Fun; | Various
Whatever his own personal blunders, it was impossible for Joseph Addison to err in a point of literary judgment.A Cursory History of Swearing | Julian Sharman
We allude to that more benevolent code of morality inaugurated by Joseph Addison.A Cursory History of Swearing | Julian Sharman
Addison's "Cato" was to be spouted in public by the schoolchildren.Washington Irving | Henry W. Boynton
Addison we know to have been a little on the hither side of open-handedness.Washington Irving | Henry W. Boynton
British Dictionary definitions for Addison
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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