- n. A male given name
- Latinized spelling of German Adolf. (Wiktionary)
“ADOLPH KAMMER'S APARTMENT, 2009 - Adolph sits at table, looking worried, as Eve watches.)”
“ADOLPH KAMMER'S APARTMENT, 2008 - Adolph is busy on the computer.)”
“ADOLPH KAMMER'S APARTMENT - Adolph is watching television with his girlfriend, EVE; their dog sits in front of them.)”
“ADOLPH KAMMER'S APARTMENT - Adolph raises his arms triumphantly.)”
“Last month, when the school unveiled its new Nate Berkus 'Community Kitchen, Tom, who still cooks at his own restaurant, Ann Sathers', every Sunday, was right there working the line with chefs Lorin Adolph and Top Chef winner Stephanie Izard cooking our eighth graders breakfast.”
“I just like to remind current conservatives, especially conservative Christians, that they had a philosophical friend in Adolph Hitler, easily the most vile human being alive in the entire 20th century.”
“I was trying to explain Adolph Hitler to Monk, and did a fairly good job, I think.”
“Look at the persistence of brands and reputations (your phrase "drink the Kool-Aid", for example, shows a brand in an incredibly unflattering light, or how the name Adolph has negative connotations), and talk to students about how 5, 10, 15, 30 years from now their "brand" today may not be the way they'll think of themselves then, but the damage may be done ..”
“Henrik, an inventive man who was born in Vienna and originally named Heinrich (his brother was, believe it or not, called Adolph), changed the family surname from Finkel to Korski (with my grandmother taking the name Korgut so as to pretend to be cohabitating with, but not married to, Henrik).”
“If the person had been called Adolph, you would not have blinked an eye.”
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