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A.D. The Abbreviation Used in Dates for Anno Domini
Because of A.D.'s obvious Christian overtones, many prefer to use more secular abbreviations like C.E. for "Common Era." Many lay publications, like this one, ...
What Does A.D. Mean in the Dating System? - European History
Definition: 1. Abbreviation for Anno Domini - Latin for The Year Of Our Lord - used in the Gregorian Calendar to refer to the current era. A date such as 1945 A.D. ...
Definition and Origins of AD, or Anno Domini - Medieval History
Definition: A.D. is the abbreviation for Anno Domine, which is Latin for "Year of Our Lord." The term has long been used to indicate the number of years that have  ...
What Do the Initials AD (A.D.) Stand For? - About Archaeology
Definition: The initials A.D. (used with or without periods) is an abbreviation for the Latin "Anno Domini", which translates to "the Year of Our Lord," referring to ...
Is It Better to Use CE & BCE or AD & BC? - Agnosticism / Atheism
There is a trend among scholars towards using BCE and CE as year markers rather than BC and AD. As abbreviations for Before the Common Era and Common ...
Home Network Diagrams - Ad Hoc Wireless - Wireless/Networking
This network diagram illustrates use of ad hoc wireless in a home network layout. Some variations on this basic network diagram will also work as described.
Advertising Page Layout With Ad Sizes - About Retailing
Not all rate cards use per column inch to calculate advertising rates. Many specialty newspapers and magazines offer certain rates based on pre-calculated ad ...
Abusive ad hominem Fallacy - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
The abusive ad hominem is a fallacy that occurs whenever a person resorts to personal attacks in order to argue that some conclusion should not be accepted.
Argument Against the Person - Argumentum ad hominem
Even people who don't know much at all about logical fallacies are probably familiar with the ad hominem fallacy. This fallacy occurs whenever someone tries to ...
Ad Valorem Tax - Definition and Examples - Taxes - About.com
Examples of ad valorem taxes are property taxes and sales taxes. Duties charged at international borders for the value of goods purchased in a foreign country ...
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