Definitions

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  • proper noun A surname.

Etymologies

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From a diminutive of the given name Adam.

Examples

  • Perhaps concerned about his ankle, the attacker dubbed Adey-bayor for his showboating goal celebrations trod on the ball and catapulted face first into the fence.

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  • Perhaps concerned about his ankle, the attacker dubbed Adey-bayor for his showboating goal celebrations trod on the ball and catapulted face first into the fence.

    getreading - Reading Post - RSS feed

  • Perhaps concerned about his ankle, the attacker dubbed Adey-bayor for his showboating goal celebrations trod on the ball and catapulted face first into the fence.

    getreading - Reading Post - RSS feed

  • Perhaps concerned about his ankle, the attacker dubbed Adey-bayor for his showboating goal celebrations trod on the ball and catapulted face first into the fence.

    getreading - Reading Post - RSS feed

  • When Mr. Adey sells beet greens in the form of a gratin, the dish might bring in an added $50 to $80 in a night.

    No Blood Spilled in This Top to Tail

  • Mr. Adey notes that a 10-pound crate of carrots from Brooklyn Grange yields only seven pounds of carrots.

    No Blood Spilled in This Top to Tail

  • One of them, Kevin Adey of the Bushwick, Brooklyn, restaurant Northeast Kingdom, serves a pesto made of Brooklyn Grange carrot tops, the part that most people throw away.

    No Blood Spilled in This Top to Tail

  • To taste the produce, I went to eat at chef Kevin Adey's Bushwick restaurant, Northeast Kingdom, at the end of the summer.

    Jake Rosenwasser: New York City's Biggest Rooftop Farm

  • Ramsay De Give for The Wall Street Journal Carrots dressed in carrot-top pesto, prepared by Chef Kevin Adey While wasting nothing has always been part of the cook's credo, today there are added incentives for adopting a whole-deal approach to vegetable and fruit preparation.

    No Blood Spilled in This Top to Tail

  • Ramsay De Give for The Wall Street Journal Chef Kevin Adey at Northeast Kingdom But during the summer, when green markets are bursting with a glut of produce, it is a more gentle pursuit—top-to-tail vegetable and fruit cooking—that challenges the imagination of some chefs.

    No Blood Spilled in This Top to Tail

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