Definitions

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  • proper noun A Scottish patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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From a diminutive form of Adam +‎ -son.

Examples

  • I have seen an open-source restaurant project as a final master project by the designer Iain Aitchison at Design Academy.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Por acaso já tive oportunidade de experienciar um restaurante open-source como projecto de final de curso do designer Iain Aitchison na Design Academy.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • I have seen an open-source restaurant project as a final master project by the designer Iain Aitchison at Design Academy.

    Open-source restaurant

  • Por acaso já tive oportunidade de experienciar um restaurante open-source como projecto de final de curso do designer Iain Aitchison na Design Academy.

    Open-source restaurant

  • The objective of this document is to add to the existing Guidelines for Multilingual Thesauri as worded in the ISO-standard for multi-lingual thesauri (ISO-5964-1985) or in handbooks on thesaurus building, such as Aitchison (2000).

    Multilingual Thesauri

  • The objective of this document is to add to the existing Guidelines for Multilingual Thesauri as worded in the ISO-standard for multi-lingual thesauri (ISO-5964-1985) or in handbooks on thesaurus building, such as Aitchison (2000).

    Archive 2005-04-10

  • The story of Liam Aitchison is not just that of the murder of a vulnerable boy, who had neither a permanent home nor a job, but perhaps also the tale of the passing of a way of life.

    Liam Aitchison murder: Isle of Lewis grieves for its lost innocence

  • The horror of the fate that befell Liam Aitchison has led many to question what he might possibly have got himself mixed up in.

    Liam Aitchison murder: Isle of Lewis grieves for its lost innocence

  • Liam Aitchison was killed in a village near Stornoway, right, Lewis's main town.

    Liam Aitchison murder: Isle of Lewis grieves for its lost innocence

  • Today it whips up off the white, tossing waves across the mudflats of the bay, rustling the cellophane of bouquets left in tribute to a murdered 16-year-old boy, Liam Aitchison.

    Liam Aitchison murder: Isle of Lewis grieves for its lost innocence

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