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Adema is a rock band from Bakersfield, California that formed in 2000 consisting of vocalist/guitarist Tim Fluckey, guitarist Mike Ransom, bassist Dave DeRoo, and drummer Kris Kohls. After their first three albums, Adema, Insomniac's Dream, and Unstable, Ransom left the band in 2003 due to conflicts with vocalist Mark Chavez followed by Chavez later in 2004 due to conflicts with the band. Luke Caraccioli replaced Chavez in early 2005 for one album, Planets, but then left a few months later in late 2005. In 2006, Adema announced that vocalist Bobby Reeves and guitarist Ed Farris, both from the band LEVEL, had joined the band, but only released one album, Kill the Headlights. However, on August 13, 2009 the original line up was reunited with Bobby Reeves and Ed Faris agreeing to leave the band. However, Ransom showed extreme minimal participation in the reunion left once again in late 2010 due to creative differences, followed once again by Chavez in early January 2011 due to another conflict with the band. Guitarist Tim Fluckey later took over lead vocals. Marc DeLeon replaced Ransom in 2011 for one album, Topple the Giants.


"Adema": Adema is the self-titled debut album by Adema. After its release in 2001, it has sold over 600,000 copies, peaking at number 27 on the Billboard 200. Adema eventually became certified Gold in the US and sold over 1 million copies worldwide. The major singles from the album were "The Way You Like It" and "Giving In". "Freaking Out" has also seen some radio airplay. It remains their best-selling album to date.

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Google previewA Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Medicine (1881)

Designed for the Use of Practitioners and Students of Medicine by Austin Flint

Serous transudation into the tissues, particularly into the interstices of connective tissue, is called adema.

Google previewThe Commentaries of the Great Afonso Dalboquerque, Second Viceroy of India (1884)

by Afonso de Albuquerque

Adema is a city seated on the coast of Arabia in twelve and a half degrees of north latitude. Its circuit would be greater than that of the city of Evora, but the population is not so great. It contains very beautiful houses, very lofty, all made of stone ...

Google previewA Galla-English, English-Galla Dictionary (1913)

dema, adema, daka, soka. go away, adema. go back, debia. go backwards and forwards, marmarsa. go bad, tortorra. go before, derbi dema. go by, wolderba. go down, bua. go inside, lita, gala, sena. go on, bena, derbi dema. go on foot, milan ...

Google previewLexicon der Galla-Sprache (1845)

by Karl Tutschek

adema. 1. px. — 2. d'aca. 1. px. III. f. d'acziza. 2. ppx. to cause to go. — to - about, marza. 1. px. and marfad*a. 1. ppx. III. and IV. f. of mara, to turn.

Google previewA dictionary of practical medicine (1866)

comprising special pathology, the principles of therapeutics, the nature and treatment of diseases, morbid structures, and the disorders especially incidental to climates, to races, to sex, and to the epochs of life ... by James Copland

Active, or warm adema, is. 862 parts of the treatment. Early rising, and exercise before breakfast, and a moderate indulgence in sleep, avoiding it after dinner or daring ...

Google previewThe biographical dictionary of the Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge-- (1842)

by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain)

M, ADEMA'RUS, son of Balsamo of Capua, a courtier of the Emperor Otho III ., was appointed duke of Spoletum, and marquis of Camerino, by the emperor, a. d. 999, in place of Duke Hugo, who was also duke of Tuscany, and one of the ...

Google previewThe Globe encyclopaedia of universal information, ed. by J.M. Ross (1879)

by Globe encyclopaedia

Phlegmasia Dolens, a disease almost peculiar to the puerperal state, is variously called milk-leg, adema dolens, adema lacteum, depot du hit, metastasis lactis, and crural phlebitis. It is properly a puerperal disease, and generally occurs ...

Google previewAn English and Oordoo School Dictionary, in Roman Characters: with the Accentuation of the Oordoo Words Calculated to Facilitate Their Pronunciation by Europeans (1841)

by Joseph T. Thompson

Adema k. Hasp, s. chhúpka ~' l»,f Haste, s. júldee, ooíáolee, jhúput Hásten, v. júldee k. dourána Hástily, ad. júldee seh, toort, beg Hásty, a. juld, shiíáb, ooíáola ; (rash) be-liház Hat, s. topee Hátch, v. sena ; ( contrive) ...

Google previewA new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1849)

by John Craig (F.G.S.)

(adema. and swrae, flesh, Gr.) A humour of a nature between (Edema and Sacoma. (EoEMATOID, e-de'ma-toyd, a. Like an (Edema. (Edematous. — See Edematous., e-dc-ine'ra, t. (oidema, a swelling, and merot, the thigh, Gr. the ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Dictionary of Medicine, Biology and Allied Sciences (1899)

Including the Pronunciation, Accentuation, Derivation, and Definition of the Terms Used in Medicine, Anatomy, Surgery ... and the Various Sciences Closely Related to Medicine ... by George Milbry Gould

See, also, Adema and Anasarca. Hydronephrosis (hi-dro-nef-ro/-sis) [bóop, water ; veopór, kidney]. A collection of urine in the pelvis of the kidney from obstructed outflow. The obstruction may be caused by an impacted calculus, a stenosed ...

Google previewGrove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1909)

by John Alexander Fuller-Maitland

Adema, Hermann Ritter und seine Viola alta ( Würzburg, ...

Google previewA dictionary of medical science ... (1903)

by Robley Dunglison

Arthrcede'ma (arihron + adema). Hydrarthrus.

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