- n. A patronymic surname.
- From a diminutive of Adam + the patronymic suffix -s. (Wiktionary)
“Ades is working with his packaging printing company and said, "I have been assured that things will be back to normal at our next run.”
“A local NGO called Ades, which receives funding from Oxfam, is particularly militant against the project.”
“Ades" and kids 'juice pouches, started selling kombucha in October.”
“More photos and interactive graphics Investors like Mr. Ades have a unique view on the future for America's job-seekers.”
“Mr. Ades has become an expert in the $242 billion market for bonds backed by bundles of student loans, delivering consistently strong returns by trading hundreds of millions of dollars worth of the debt over the past four years.”
“Ask hedge fund manager Daniel Ades about the future for recent college graduates and he likes to draw a picture, a very ugly picture.”
“In terms of picking a school, technical colleges may be less prestigious, but their low cost relative to the higher wages they deliver makes them attractive, according to Mr. Ades.”
“With less debt available to them, students will be forced to ask whether paying top dollar really pays off, Mr. Ades said.”
“By that arithmetic, technical colleges come out on top, Mr. Ades said.”
“Ades AM, Dominguez TE, Nicolson SC, Gaynor JW, Spray TL, Wernovsky G, Tabbutt S. Morbidity and mortality after surgery for congenital heart disease in the infant born with low weight.”
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