Crossword clues for adas
- Some prosecutors, for short
- Ones helping a public prosecutor, for short
- Dickens-Nabokov heroines
- Huxtable and Rehan
- Rehan and Neilson
- Namesakes of actress Rehan
- Most prosecutors: Abbr.
- Actress Rehan et al.
- Rehan and Huxtable
- Cities in Minn. and Okla.
- Stage actress Rehan et al.
- Architecture critic Huxtable et al.
- Critic Huxtable and others
- Nabokov heroine et al.
- Nabokov heroine and namesakes
- Nabokov heroine and others
- "Bleak House" girl and others
- Actress Rehan and others
- County seats in Minnesota and Oklahoma
- Roles in "The Piano" and "Tobacco Road"
- Computer pioneer Lovelace and others
- Architecture critic Huxtable and others
- Some prosecutors: Abbr.
n. (ADA English)
ADAS may stand for:
- ADAS (company), an environmental consultancy in the United Kingdom
- Advanced driver assistance systems
- Asiago-DLR Asteroid Survey, a project to search for comets and asteroids, with special emphasis on near-Earth objects
- Architecture Design and Assessment System, a set of software programs offered by the Research Triangle Institute from the mid-1980s until the early 1990s
- AWOS Data Acquisition System, a FAA computer system which obtains and disseminates weather observations from automated airport weather stations
- Australian Diver Accreditation Scheme for occupational divers
Adas may refer to :
- Adas Bank, a submerged bank located off the west coast of India
Adas is the UK’s largest independent agricultural and environmental consultancy and provider of rural development and policy advice. ADAS provides independent science-based research, consultancy and contracting services to a wide range of organisations in both the private and public sectors, throughout the UK and internationally.
Usage examples of "adas".
For the Aunt Adas of today arrangements have to be made suitable, not merely to an elderly lady who, owing to arthritis or other rheumatic difficulties, is liable to fall downstairs if she is left alone in a house, or who suffers from chronic bronchitis, or who quarrels with her neighbours and insults the tradespeople.
Unfortunately, the Aunt Adas are far more trouble than the opposite end of the age scale.