Crossword clues for adler
- Psychologist Alfred
- Woman in Conan Doyle's "A Scandal in Bohemia"
- Warren who wrote "The War of the Roses"
- Alfred who was a follower of Freud
- Freud contemporary Alfred
- Luther or Larry
- Larry or Polly
- Freud colleague
- Ethical Culturist
- Stella or Felix
- He established the Ethical Culture Society
- Planetarium in Chicago
- Alfred ___, Austrian psychiatrist
- Austrian psychiatrist
- Madam Polly
- Luther or Polly
- Harmonica virtuoso
- Grace ___ of "Will & Grace"
- Felix the clown
- Kurt, Larry or Luther
- Larry ___, famed harmonica player
- Noted conductor
- Freud associate
- Larry, Luther or Felix
- Harmonica player Larry ___
- Felix or Larry
- Larry or Kurt
- Sherlock Holmes's love Irene ___
- Psychiatrist Alfred
- Philosopher Mortimer
- Freud contemporary
- Psychiatrist who coined the term "inferiority complex"
- "Damn Yankees" composer
- Conductor Kurt
- Chicago's ___ Planetarium
- Ethical Culture Society founder Felix
- Psychoanalyst Alfred
- "Damn Yankees" co-composer Richard
- Social reformer Felix
- Irene ___, figure in Sherlock Holmes stories
- Grace of "Will & Grace"
- "How to Read a Book" author Mortimer
- Colleague of Freud
- Early associate of Freud
- Contemporary of Freud
- Irene ___ ("A Scandal in Bohemia" woman)
- Stella who founded an acting conservatory
- Grace ___ of "Will & Grace"
- Alfred who coined the phrase "inferiority complex"
- Irene of a Sherlock Holmes story
- Freud disciple Alfred
- Onetime Freud collaborator
- Psychology pioneer Alfred
- Pioneer in psychoanalysis
Adler is a surname of German origin meaning eagle, and has a frequency in the United Kingdom of less than 0.004%, and of 0.008% in the United States. In Christian iconography, the eagle is the symbol of John the Evangelist, and as such a stylized eagle was commonly used as a house sign/totem in German speaking areas. From the tenement the term easily moved to its inhabitants, particularly to those having only one name. This phenomenon can be easily seen in German and Austrian censuses from the 16th and 17th centuries. The term might have been assigned also as a name descriptive of character or outward characteristics.
Die Adler (the eagles) also is a nickname for the Germany national football team.
The Adler (German for "Eagle") was the first locomotive that was successfully used commercially for the rail transport of passengers and goods in Germany. The railway vehicle was designed and built in 1835 by the British railway pioneers George and Robert Stephenson in the English town of Newcastle. It was delivered to the Bavarian Ludwig Railway (Bayerische Ludwigsbahn) for service between Nuremberg and Fürth. It ran officially for the first time there on 7 December 1835. The Adler was a steam locomotive of the Patentee type with a wheel arrangement of 2-2-2 ( Whyte notation) or 1A1 ( UIC classification). The Adler was equipped with a tender of type 2 T 2.
Adler is a surname of Germanic origin.
Adler may also refer to:
Adler is a Belgian comic series written and drawn by the Belgian author René Sterne (1952–2006) and colored by his wife Chantal De Spiegeleer.
The comic was initially serialized in Tintin magazine beginning in 1985 and was published as ten albums by Le Lombard from 1987 to 2003. It was reissued in 2008 in two omnibus volumes collecting five albums each.
Executed in classic ligne claire, the series's drawings are characterized by a stylized but realistic portrayal of the background and a highly stylized, nearly caricatural character design. Adler is named after the protagonist, Adler von Berg, a German pilot who deserts the Luftwaffe in 1942 and founds an airfreight company in Delhi with his Irish girlfriend Helen. The albums recount, with a humorous tone, their action-laden adventures in exotic locations such as India, Latin America, the Caribbean or a Soviet gulag.
Adler is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 2011 by original/former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler. The band was formed following the dissolution of Adler's previous band, Adler's Appetite, and consists of Adler along with current Lynam and former Mars Electric vocalist/guitarist Jacob Bunton, guitarist Lonny Paul (now also of Lynam), and former L.A. Guns bassist Johnny Martin.
Usage examples of "adler".
I arrived at the crime scene, Adler, my partner, stood out front, listening to an elderly woman with her hair in rollers.
I arrived at the address on Grove Street, just a few blocks from the station, Adler stood out front beneath the streetlight, listening to an elderly woman with her hair in rollers, who wore a shapeless shift of floral polyester and rubber thong sandals in Day-Glo pink.
Doris left and the crime-scene unit arrived, Adler and I waited for a warrant before canvassing the house and grounds.
I entered the CID office, Adler sat hunched over his desk, pecking at his sticky keyboard.
Greek Orthodox priest carried on the breeze to the hillock where Adler and I stood in the shade of a cypress tree to observe the funeral of Sophia Morelli.
During the night, Adler and I had already interviewed the homeowners whose properties backed up to the murder site, but no one had seen or heard anything until the police arrived.
When we reached the kitchen, I unlocked the door for Adler and the two men headed upstairs.
If Adler and I juggle Dorman between us, will you tail Tillett for me?
I hated to ask, but Adler was trailing Dorman, and I had to question Tillett.
Bill, Adler and I concentrated on Dorman and Morelli and kept track of every move they made.
Larry jerked his head toward the room across the hall, and Adler sprinted out of the room.
Heinrich Adler had ordered all activities that might attract unwanted attention from the authorities suspended once the operation was under way.
Heinrich Frank Adler walked out of the maintenance shack door, glancing back and forth as if to verify that Pak was alone.
Pak knew from intelligence sources in Pyongyang that Adler had never actually been more than an unterfeldwebel, a sergeant.
Saturday, April 28 1930 hours Cranston Moors North York, England The rumble of the generators and spray painter air compressors was deafeningly loud within the enclosed space of the hangar, and as the two of them walked across the hangar floor toward a small office in the back, Adler had to pitch his voice louder to make himself heard.