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Places

  1. Adelphi is an unincorporated area and census-designated place in Prince George's County, Maryland. The population was 15,086 at the 2010 United States Census. It includes the communities of Adelphi Hills, Buck Lodge, Chatham, Cool Spring Terrace, and White Oak Manor.
  2. Adelphi a.k.a. The Adelphi Theatre is a popular London West End theatre, located on the Strand in the City of Westminster. The present building is the fourth on the site. The theatre has specialised in comedy and musical theatre, and today it is a receiving house for a variety of productions, including many musicals. The theatre was Grade II listed for historical preservation on 1 December 1987.
  3. Adelphi is a village in Ross County, Ohio, United States. The population was 380 at the 2010 census.
    • also known as Adelphi, Ohio; Ross County / Adelphi village
    • part of Ross County, Ohio
  4. The Adelphi Community is an intentional community, population 16, 25 miles east of Dallas, Texas, USA. It has streets, private homes, eight townhouses, a community well, community gardens and a sewage treatment plant.

There are other places with in their name, like Adelphi University.

Group

Adelphi was an American rock band, based in Towson, Maryland. They formed in 2002 and were signed to the record label Drive-Thru Records. They played their last show as Adelphi on December 30, 2007 and three members now make up the band The Everlove.

Writings

"Adelphi" is a book by William Cowper.

  • also known as "Adelphi a sketch of the character, and an account of the last illness of the late Rev. John Cowper .."; "Adelphi a sketch of the character, and an account of the last illness of the late Rev. John Cowper, A. M. .."

Miscellanea

  1. Adelphi a.k.a. The Adelphi or New Adelphi was an English literary journal founded by John Middleton Murry and published between 1923 and 1955. The first issue appeared in June 1922, with issues published monthly thereafter. Between August 1927 and September 1930 it was renamed the New Adelphi and issued quarterly. Murry was editor until 1930, when he handed over to Sir Richard Rees and the monthly issues resumed. Rees was succeeded by Max Plowman in 1938. The magazine included one or two stories per issue with contributions by Katherine Mansfield, D. H. Lawrence, H. E. Bates, Rhys Davies, G.B. Edwards and Dylan Thomas. The Adelphi published George Orwell's "The Spike" in 1931 and Orwell contributed regularly thereafter, particularly as a reviewer.
  2. Adelphi: Formed in the 1850s, the Adelphi Wine Club is reputed to be one of the oldest three wine clubs in Oxford. The club draws its membership from undergraduates studying at Exeter College, one of the constituent colleges of Oxford University.
    • also known as The Adelphi Exeter College

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Adelphi

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Google previewThe Insider's Guide to the Colleges, 2004 (2003)

Students on Campus Tell You What You Really Want to Know, 30th Edition by Yale Daily News, Yale Daily News Staff

Whether the diversity is great enough may be a matter of opinion, but as one student said, "diversity or no diversity, Adelphi is a very inviting place to all races and genders." And apparently, to all sexualities as well, since the attitude towards ...

Google previewFrom conflict to collaboration in natural resource management

A handbook and toolkit for practitioners working in aquatic resource systems by R�ttinger, L., Janáen, A., Knupp, C., Griestop, L.

adelphi is a leading think tank for policy analysis and strategy consulting. It offers creative solutions and services on global environmental and development challenges for policy, business and civil society communities. It brings ...

Google previewA New geographical, historical and commercial grammar and present state of the several kingdoms of the world, 1 (1798)

by William Guthrie

The terrace in the Adelphi is a very fine piece of architecture, and has laid open one of the finest prospects in the world. We might here give a description of the Tower, Bank of England, ...

Google previewUncle (2008)

My Journey with John Purdue by Irena Scott

The Central Ohio Area Today Today, Adelphi is an interesting historical town. Plain Township's Les Wexner (perhaps a modern-day Purdue himself), the billionaire entrepreneur behind The Limited Inc., Victoria's Secret, Bath and Body Works, ...

Google previewLeigh's new picture of London; or, A view of the ... British metropolis [ed. by S.C.]. (1839)

by Samuel Leigh (publisher.)

The whole is built on arches, forming subterranean passages from the river to the Strand and George-street, Adelphi is a Greek word denoting the fraternal relationship ; and it may not be uninteresting to remark that the family and Christian ...

Google previewEvery Night Book (1827)

Or, Life After Dark by William Clarke

The Adelphi is a very popular, and might be a very pleasant theatre ; but to say the truth, although the performers are good, the pieces are so villanously bad, that we detest and abominate it. Notwithstanding the tolerable acting of Yates ; the ...

Google previewThe Insider's Guide to the Colleges, 2006 (2005)

Students on Campus Tell You What You Really Want to Know, 32nd Edition by Yale Daily News

Whether the diversity is great enough may be a matter of opinion, but as one student said, "diversity or no diversity, Adelphi is a very inviting place to all races and genders." And apparently, to all sexualities as well, since the attitude towards ...

Google previewThe Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (1837)

by Charles Knight

The Adelphi is a small and not a very convenient theatre; but when open during the winter is crowded every night. Its characteristics are spectacles, the story and dialogue of which are never over-charged with meaning, but combined with ...

Google previewthe penny magazine of the society for the duffusion of useful knowledge (1837)

The Adelphi is a small and not a very convenient theatre; bnt when open during the winter is crowded every night. Its characteristics are spectacles, the story and dialogue of which are never over-charged with meaning, but combined with ...

Google previewThe Blues Encyclopedia (2004)

by Edward Komara, Peter Lee

Adelphi Records was founded by siblings Gene and Carol Rosenthal, who were country blues enthusiasts. The Adelphi crew made extensive field recordings in 1969, from Chicago to St. Louis, Memphis, and the Mississippi Delta, in search of ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of British Theatre (2013)

Early Period by Darryll Grantley

ADELPHI THEATRE. This was built in 1806 by a merchant, John Scott, whose daughter, ...

Google previewBiographical Dictionary of Painters, Sculptors, Engravers, and Architects, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time (1838)

Interspersed with Original Anecdotes by John Gould

2s — Vide, A Letter to the Honourable the President, Vice Presidents, and the rest of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts , Manufactures, and Commerce, John-street, Adelphi, by James Barry, R.A. ...

Google previewBiographical Dictionary of Eminent Artists (1835)

Comprising Painters, Sculptors, Engravers, and Architects, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time ; Interspersed with Original Anecdotes. To which is Prefixed an Introduction, Containing a Brief Account of Various Schools of Art by John Gould

Vide, A Letter to the Honourable the President, Vice Presidents, and the rest of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce, John-street, Adelphi, by James Barry, R.A. Professor of ...

Google previewBiographical Dictionary of Painters (1839)

Sculptors, Engravers, and Architects, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time; Interspersed with Original Anecdotes. To which is Added an Introduction, Containing a Brief Account of Various Schools of Art ... by John Gould, C. J. Nieuwenhuys

Vide, A Letter to the Honourable the President, Vice Presidents, and the rest of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce, John-street, Adelphi, by James Ban-y, R.A. Professor of ...

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Adelphi University American Sign Language Idol: Stronger

Professor Sacchetti held an American Sign Language Idol last fall which was a big success.

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