Addison's disease

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Synonyms for Addison's disease

a glandular disorder caused by failure of function of the cortex of the adrenal gland and marked by anemia and prostration with brownish skin

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Locking the pair up for 18 months each, Judge Esmond Faulks told Addison snr: "You seem to have been training up your son about how to become a good drug dealer.
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Birgit Kamps added, "We are extremely pleased to join forces with Addison, which has quickly become a dominant firm in this industry by offering deep domain expertise in selected services.
Addison, which was established in 1999, has been recognized in each of the last two years as one of the fastest growing private staffing companies in the US by Staffing Industry Report and as one of the "Fast 50" rapidly growing Chicago-based companies by Crain's Chicago Business.
In addition, it's Midtown Manhattan and Jersey City, NJ offices will extend the market presence of Addison, which currently has locations in Chicago, Boston, Houston, Dallas and Schaumburg, IL.
After eight years of dramatic organic growth, we are excited to be making our first acquisition with Strategic Corporate Solutions," said Joel Katz, chief executive officer and founder of Addison.
We serve our clients by meeting requirements driven by legislative, regulatory and market initiatives, in an environment where there is a limited supply of highly-trained professionals," said Joel Katz, chief executive officer and founder of Addison.
Founded in 1999 by a group of senior staffing industry executives, Addison has successfully grown organically at a five-year compound annual growth rate of more than 60 percent.