- Edgar Douglas,1889–1977, English physiologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1932.
- (Gilbert),1903–59, U.S. fashion and costume designer.
- a city in SE Michigan.
- a male given name: from a Latin word meaning “from Hadria,” an ancient city in northern Italy.
or Hadrian I
- died a.d. 795, pope 772–795.
or Hadrian II
- Italian ecclesiastic: pope a.d. 867–872.
or Hadrian III
- Saint, Italian ecclesiastic: pope a.d. 884–885.
or Hadrian IV
- Nicholas Breakspear, c1100–59, only Englishman to become pope, 1154–59.
or Hadrian V
- died 1276, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1276.
or Hadrian VI
- 1459–1523, Dutch ecclesiastic: pope 1522–23.
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Contemporary Examples of adrian
Adrian Hill, owner of the Picturecraft Gallery in Holt where Williamson lived at the time, organized the show.Blessed or Cursed? Child Prodigies Reveal All
November 17, 2014
Do you think people are conflating Adrian Grenier with Vincent Chase?Adrian Grenier Talks the Economy, the ‘Entourage’ Movie, and the HBO Series’ Alleged ‘Misogyny’
October 28, 2014
Nearly all the coverage focused on Ray Rice punching his fiancé senseless and Adrian Peterson beating his child.How the Media Failed to Nail the NFL
October 19, 2014
Adrian will address the charges with the same respect and responsiveness he has brought to this inquiry from its beginning.
Adrian is a loving father who used his judgment as a parent to discipline his son.
Historical Examples of adrian
To discover the artist and Enid's address was for Adrian the work of a few minutes.A Great Man
Here the clerk Adrian presently found him, and murmured some apology.
Was Adrian thinking of his kind master, or of his master's daughter?
Adrian tried this cautiously, with little hope of being heard.
I hastened with my papers to Lieutenant Adrian, who glanced over them contemptuously.Kilgorman
Talbot Baines Reed
- Edgar Douglas, Baron Adrian. 1889–1977, English physiologist, noted particularly for his research into the function of neurons: shared with Sherrington the Nobel prize for physiology and medicine 1932
- original name Nicholas Breakspear. ?1100–59, the only English pope (1154–59)
masc. proper name, from Latin Adrianus/Hadrianus, literally "of the Adriatic" (see Adriatic).
- British physiologist. He shared a 1932 Nobel Prize for major advances in the understanding of the nervous and muscular systems and was one of the first to study electrical activity in the brain and nervous system.