Adopted

  • (adj): Having been taken into a specific relationship.
    Example: "An adopted child"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on adopted:

Union Party (Ukraine) - History
... The congress also adopted the party's program and statute ... At the congress was adopted the party's pre-election program ... The party's flag was adopted as well ...
Tom Hagen - Family
... Vito Corleone – Unofficial adopted father Carmela Corleone – Unofficial adopted mother Santino, Michael, Fredo, and Connie Corleone – Unofficial adopted siblings Theresa Hagen – Wife ...
Jessica Emmett
... She was put up for adoption and subsequently adopted by British expatriates ... She emigrated with her adopted family to the UK in 1998 ... artist who explores very raw and personal experiences of being transracially adopted by examining adoption processes and themes surrounding family, race ...
Adopted Child Syndrome - History of The Term
... Brodizinsky, Schechter, and Henig find that in a review of the literature, generally children adopted before the age of six-months fare no differently than children raised with their biological ... Later problems that develop among children adopted from the child welfare system at an older age are usually associated with the effects of chronic early maltreatment in the ... Psychologist Betty Jean Lifton, herself an adopted person, has written extensively on psychopathology in adopted people, primarily in Lost and Found The Adoption Experience, and Journey of the Adopted Self A Quest ...
Mykolaiv - Official Symbols
... Mykolaiv adopted its current coat of arms on September 26, 1997 ... Mykolaiv had adopted its previous coat of arms in 1883 ... Mykolaiv adopted its current flag on July 2, 1999 ...

More definitions of "adopted":

  • (adj): Acquired as your own by free choice.
    Example: "My adopted state"
    Synonyms: adoptive

Famous quotes containing the word adopted:

    Although all new ideas are born in France, they are not readily adopted there. It seems that they must first commence to prosper in a foreign country.
    Sarah Bernhardt (1845–1923)

    Cold and hunger seem more friendly to my nature than those methods which men have adopted and advise to ward them off.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    There was never a revolution to equal it, and never a city more glorious than Petrograd, and for all that period of my life I lived another and braved the ice of winter and the summer flies in Vyborg while across my adopted country of the past, winds of the revolution blew their flame, and all of us suffered hunger while we drank at the wine of equality.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)