Adapted

  • (adj): Changed in order to improve or made more fit for a particular purpose.
    Example: "Seeds precisely adapted to the area"
    Synonyms: altered

Some articles on adapted:

List Of Dimension X Episodes
... Episode No Title Author Release Date 1 "The Outer Limit" Graham Doar (adapted by Ernest Kinoy) April 8, 2 ... "With Folded Hands" Jack Williamson (adapted ... by George Lefferts Ernest Kinoy) April 29, 5 ... "Knock" Fredric Brown (adapted by Ernest Kinoy) May 6, 6 ... "Almost Human" Robert Bloch (adapted by George Lefferts) May 13 ... Wollheim (adapted by George Lefferts) June 3, 10 ... "The Green Hills of Earth" Robert A ...
A Ghost Story For Christmas - Episode List
... James, adapted by Lawrence Gordon Clark 24 December 1971 An ambitious cleric murders an aged Archdeacon at Barchester Cathedral ... James, adapted by Lawrence Gordon Clark 24 December 1972 An amateur archaeologist travels to a remote seaside town in Norfolk to search for the lost crown of Anglia, but after unearthing it is ... James, adapted by Robin Chapman 25 December 1973 An orphan moves into the house of his uncle, but is disturbed by visions of a pair of ghostly children ...
List Of X Minus One Episodes - 1956
... Heinlein (adapted by Ernest Kinoy) 34 ... Beam Piper (adapted by Ernest Kinoy) 35 ... Gunn (adapted by Ernest Kinoy) 38 ...
A Ghost Story For Christmas - Related Works
... Adapted by Clive Exton, it re-imagined the events of James' story taking place in a contemporary television studio ... adaptation of Sheridan Le Fanu's gothic tale Schalcken The Painter directed and adapted by Leslie Megahey ... Henry James's 1898 novella The Turn of the Screw was adapted as a feature-length drama by Sandy Welch and broadcast on BBC One on 30 December ...
Mars Is Heaven! - Adaptations in Other Media
... Mars Is Heaven!" was adapted as a radio drama on numerous occasions including as an episode of Escape (June 2, 1950), Dimension X (July 7, 1950 January 7, 1951), Think (1953), X Minus One (May 8, 1955) and ... It was also adapted to the EC comic book Weird Science #18 (March–April 1953) by Al Feldstein and Wally Wood ... It was also adapted as an episode of the television series Ray Bradbury Theater (July 20, 1990) starring Hal Linden and Paul Gross ...

Famous quotes containing the word adapted:

    You seem to think that I am adapted to nothing but the sugar-plums of intellect and had better not try to digest anything stronger.... a writer of popular sketches in magazines; a lecturer before Lyceums and College societies; a dabbler in metaphysics, poetry, and art, than which I would rather die, for if it has come to that, alas! verily, as you say, mediocrity has fallen on the name of Adams.
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    Priests are not men of the world; it is not intended that they should be; and a University training is the one best adapted to prevent their becoming so.
    Samuel Butler (1835–1902)

    We are adapted to infinity. We are hard to please, and love nothing which ends: and in nature is no end; but every thing, at the end of one use, is lifted into a superior, and the ascent of these things climbs into daemonic and celestial natures.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)