What is amber addison's real name?
her name is Addison.
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Answer . It's Melany Mulligan they picked her because her last name was already Mulligan so no one would get confused.
"Amber" as a person's name is taken directly from the substance ofthat name that's often used for making elegant jewelry.
Amber Renee Hagerman (November 25, 1986-January 17, 1996) was a young girl who became a victim of an abduction and murder.
The most popular cause of addison's disease is tuberculosis, but in my case I do not really know what the reason was. It is not hereditary, it is caused when the autoimmune system attacks the adrenalin glands, to this day 14 years after having been diagnosed with Addisons I do not know what caused t…he attack on my adrenalin glands. (MORE)
No, Amber Billows is not a real person. She was the fictional narrator of the book Early Sunday Morning , part of the Dear America series of historical fiction. The books in the series present perspective, in the form of a diary, of a young girl living during various periods of American history.… They are teaching novels, in that they portray what it would've been like to live in that era with as much historical accuracy as possible. Early Sunday Morning was the series' World War II book. It covers the events of Pearl Harbor and their aftermath, from what would have been Amber's point of view. While it was probably based on real interviews with Pearl Harbor survivors, none of them would have been Amber, by that or any other name. (MORE)
The meaning of the name Amber is ... Darkish yellow color , its a kind of punk sent used to light fireworks, and its also a English name semiprecious gem made from fossilized tree resin. It also describes the gems golden color.
Addision's disease is increased pigmentation in skin and mucous membrane varying from light to dark brown in colour.The pigmentation is due to increased pituitary MSH and ACTH secretions.At first there is tanning noticed following sun exposure.Afterwards,there is increased pigmentation at pressure p…oints(elbow),in the areas normally pigmented(areola,old and new scars etc) and also in mucous membranes.Rarely,there may be areas of vitiligo. (MORE)
A condition in a dog's health cannot be transferred to a human.They may pass bacteria to a human but not a medical condition.
Amber is a hard, translucent fossil resin, which is used for makingjewelry and other ornamental objects. I know about this from"Drfinejewels.com", which is a good site by providing differenttypes and colors of amber stone. I had bought some stones fromthere and then I made a bracelet using these. wh…ich I like most. (MORE)
Amber is a VERY popular name....It may be common for people but it has a pretty meaning....the name amber dawn Haley all has a meaning and is a very beautiful name for a beautiful girl to have...Amber-a pretty color...Dawn-is the dawn of the day which is a beautiful sunset... Haley-a college for hig…h class people. (MORE)
Since Amber doesn't have a big role in Hannah Montana (in fact, they do not talk about Amber or Ashley in the newest Hannah Montanas), the script writers did not create a last name for Amber. Or a middle. And by the way, this is a dumb question. Yeah why would you want to know that? I can't believ…e I think I know this, but I'm pretty sure it Olsen. Or maybe that's a different Amber from something else. Probably the latter, but maybe I'm right. (MORE)
my friends have given me several nicknames. some of them include: bamber ambi amber pamber amb am bambi amber bamber enjoy your nickname
The early Germans called amber by the name of 'Bernstein', due to the sweet smell it emitted when burnt.. The Greeks called it 'Elektron' due to its properties of developing static electricity when rubbed.. Amber is known as 'Kerba' in the local markets in India. It means "protector from evil eye …or negativity. (MORE)
No, it's a mixture so isn't a true mineral, although it is sometimes treated as a gemstone.
The name's origin: Amber derives its name from Middle English ambre, from Middle French, from Medieval Latin ambra, from Arabic anbar ambergris. Description: Amber is a fossilized tree resin of now-extinct conifer trees and ancient pine trees. It is an amorphous hydrocarbon and may contain part…icles of various foreign materials, trapped insects, and air bubbles. Its lustre is greasy to resinous. The resin must be several million years old to be called amber. Recently hardened resins are called copals. For Information About Your Birthstones visit on My website: www.astroluckygems.com (MORE)
The first AMBER Alert trial was run in 1996 at KRLD Radio Studio at the Ball Park in Arlington, TX. Those in attendance were Rick Roberts, Richard Hagerman and Bruce Seybert. Seybert worked with Amber's parents from day one, calling for what was later named the AMBER Alert, based on what Mark Klaas …had told Amber's father what needed to be done on the day of his daughter's abduction. He released the AMBER Alert at a media symposium. In October 2000, the United States House of Representatives adopted H.R. 605 which encouraged communities nationwide to implement the AMBER Plan. In April 2003, President George W. Bush signed the AMBER Alert legislation, making it a national program. While the AMBER Alert system is now mandated across the USA, some states are still trying to implement the procedures necessary in bringing the alerts to the public. [ citation needed ] Hampered by outdated Emergency Broadcast guidelines and different activation criteria in each state, the system is still being developed to provide optimal effectiveness. (MORE)
In real amber there is usually a bug or something like that. When the amber forms bugs and things get stuck to it so they get inside of it
The name Amber comes from the American name, meaning "Precious stone". The substance amber gets its name from the old Arabic word "Anbargris" and refers to an oily substance secreted by the sperm whale.
(Test 1) HARDNESS. Amber has hardness on Moh's scale in the region of 2 - 3. Using appropriate scratch sticks it should be reasonably straightforward to test the sample under question. (Test 2) HOT NEEDLE. Heat a needlepoint in a flame until glowing red and then push the point into the sample for t…esting. With copal the needle melts the material quicker than amber and omits a light fragrant odour. Amber when tested does not melt as quickly as the copal and omits sooty fumes. (Test 3) SOLUBILITY. Copal will dissolve in acetone. This test can be done by dispensing the acetone from an eyedropper onto a clean surface of the test specimen. Place one drop on the surface of the test piece and allow to evaporate, then place a second drop on the same area. Copal will become tacky; amber will remain unaffected by contact with acetone. (Test 4) UV Copal under a short-wave UV light shows hardly any colour change. Amber fluoresces a pale shade of blue. (Test 5) FRICTION Rub the specimen vigorously on a soft cloth. True amber may omit a faint resinous fragrance but copal may actual begin to soften and the surface become sticky. Amber will also become heavily charged with static electricity and will easily pick up small pieces of loose paper. (Test 6) TASTE An antique trader who specialised in amber beads introduced this test to me. She explained that one of the most reliable tests she used was to taste the amber specimen after washing it in mild soapy water and then plain water. Whilst she could make no distinction between copal and amber, she could easily identify plastics and other common substitutes because of their unpleasant or chemical taste. Amber has hardly any taste at all. As a method for identification I have not seen this procedure recorded elsewhere. I can vouch for its effectiveness as a non-destructive method of differentiating between amber and certain other substances often misleadingly labelled amber. (TEST 7) FLOTATION (Specific Gravity) Mix 23gms of standard table salt with 200ml of luke warm water. Stir until completely dissolved. Amber should float in such a mixture and some copals together with various plastics sink. (TEST 8) INCLUSIONS Infrequently amber contains Flora or Fauna inclusions. Correctly identifying the trapped Insect or plant should be an excellent indicator of a piece's authenticity. Most inclusions from ancient amber are of species that are now extinct or significantly changed. Frequently present in Baltic amber are tiny stellate hairs which are release by oak buds during their early growth and some time after, (TEST 9) POLARISED LIGHT Place the suspect piece of 'amber' between two sheets of polarising glass or plastic. (Kokin Filter Systems who sell lens accessories for cameras sell such products). Rotate one of the polarising lenses slowly through 360 degrees. In the body of the amber a display of rainbow colours should cycle through the transparent parts of the material. This is due to interference patterns being induced in the polarised light because of the internal strains and stresses within the amber itself. My general experience with this method is that genuine amber and copal always show these colour changes, where as some acrylics, polymers and certain plastic do not. Amber, which has been drilled and then later filled with a contemporary inclusion and resin also, reveals its self via the clear disruption of the colour display. Essentially; an amber piece which does not show interference patterns is unlikely to be true amber. (TEST 10) KNIFE CUT With a sharp knife try to shave off a tiny piece of the amber from an unobtrusive section. Real amber fractures and splinters. plastic and polymers actual cut and tiny shaved pieces can be removed without any splintering of the material. "Identifying true amber (." Amber Home . 10 Mar. 2009 . (MORE)
The amber alert was named after Amber Hagerman. She was a nine year old girl who was taken off her bike into a black truck while her younger brother had just left for home. The mother had issued the bill for the amber alert and was signed into act. They never found the killer but many children have …been saved for her death. (MORE)
The Gallivespian spies that accompany Will and Lyra are named Lady Salmakia and Chevalier Tialys.
Kakashka!!! also, the dominican republic, on the islands of Hispanola!!! or in the Baltic Sea area (Lithuania and Poland) (lith oo ania
kinda. my bestfriends names amber, and i know about 3 more ambers. but it is a little common. it not usually a given name.
Nope. Rumor, sorry to disappoint! There is a common misconception that Hedlund and Heard's characters in Friday Night Lights were an item, however this is proved to be false as Billingsley (Hedlund) tells his father that Maria (Heard) is Melissa.
i think the name amber is for white girls srry dnt take it worng but most girls ik tht have the name amber r white but i gess its still a good name so thts just wat i think srry aging
The Cast of Charlottetown Festival's Hairspray will includes Stephanie Pitsiladis as Tracy Turnblad, Annaleigh Ashford as Amber Von Tussle, Erica Peck as Penny Pingleton, Alana Bridgewater as Motormouth Maybelle, Billy Murphy as Link Larkin, Kate Shindle as Prudy Pingleton/Gym Teacher/Matron, Ruth… Gottschall as Velma Von Tussle, Andy Karl as Corny Collins, Derrick Williams as Seaweed J. Stubbs, Asmeret Ghebremichael as Inez, Jeff Binder as Edna Turnblad, Michael Rupert as Wilbur Turnblad, DeQuina Moore/Kissy Simmons/Brandi Chavonne Massey as Dynamites & Sean McCourt as Harriman F. Spritzer/Principal/Mr. Pinky/Guard. The Hairspray ensemble comprises Aaron J. Albano, Jackie Burns, Haven Burton, Cara Cooper, Brandi Chavonne Massey, Brandon Matthieus, Sean McCourt, Monette McKay, DeQuina Moore, Clifton Oliver, Chase Peacock, Kate Rockwell, Jason Patrick Sands, Kate Shindle, Kissy Simmons, Josh Tower, Noah Weisberg. (MORE)
I am close friends with Amber aka "Show Me" her real name is "Amber Rose" you can add her on myspace. She just made this one to talk to fans myspace.com/vh1showme her personal myspace i cannot give you but here you go. Amber Rose is her full name i am good friends with her we both from Missouri
Amber is not a Samoan name so has no Samoan translation. If a Samoan girl was named Amber, her name would simply be Amber. No translations.
Supposedly a gel maker was making an amber gel, and the color came out wrong. Some director or techie found the bad batch, and found it was just what was needed to warm up skin tones. The maker subsequently referred to the "bastard amber" when asked for it later.
Nobody really knows. He has a twitter, facebook, youtube, and myspace. If you ask him, he might answer!
Amber can be the name of a girl. It is also the term for a specific gem. Amber is a French word, borrowed from the Arabs.
The name Amber does mean your baeutiful on the inside and out. Its a Precious stone that is very bright and so its saying you resembles it! My name is also Amber.
Amber is played Shanica Knowles(she played Shauna in theDisney Channel movie Jump In! with Corbin Bleu), and Ashley is played by Anna Maria Perez de TaglÃ©(she had largish role in Camp Rock as Ella in 2008, and is also in the sequel coming out in late 2010, as well as a larger role in the recent f…eature film Fame as Joy- see ) (MORE)
well nobody accually knows but i think according to facebook there are 3 other girls named amber, but that's just facebook
early life or gas bubbles because they hold clues about the earth's ecology millions . of years ago and enable scientist to compare early life forms ..
It really depends on the last name so that there is a nice flow throughout the entire name. Linaker says: Amber Maria, Amber Niomi, Amber Dakota
Amber means "Jewel" or "Precious stone" my name's amber so I would know (hope this answered your question)
Well it isn't recommended for them to do so, because Muslims belive that a persons name is a very important aspect in the faith. You might have noticed all Muslim names have a deep and nice meaning, which when naming Muslims look into also. so really the answer is no, but the good news is Amber is… a Muslim name and actually means gem, which is quite pretty. Hannah, Zahra and Maya are also some other pretty and quite popular Muslim names - derived from Arabic (MORE)
The name Amber has no meaning whatsoever in Japanese. It would be written as ã¢ã³ãã¼ which is pronounced 'ambaa'.
It is Beth Allen. I'm such a fan of The Tribe, I think I know most of their real names.
all middle east countries speak Arabic but with different accent ... names still the same in all countries even if the accent differ :) so Amber : Ø§Ù Ø¨Ø±
Yes, Amber was named after Amber Jade Bullshitski. She was lost on I-75 between Florida and Mich. They found her at Cracker Barrel eating Chex Mix....
the founder or inventor of the amber alert is Charles Williams. also Rest in Peace Amber Hagerman.
Hyperkalemia can also be caused by a disease of the adrenal gland called Addison's disease.
Once suspected, a number of blood tests can lead to the diagnosis of Addison's disease. It is not sufficient to demonstrate low blood cortisol levels, as normal levels of cortisol vary quite widely
involves replacing the missing or low levels of cortisol. In the case of Addisonian crisis, this will be achieved by injecting a potent form of steroid preparation through a needle placed in a vein (intravenous or IV).
It depends on whether it's given to a boy or a girl. However, names that are precious stones (Ruby, Pearl, Beryl) are usually given to girls, so amber is more likely to be a girl's name.
no why would that be my name it has to be some ones name hey at least the name nicole is in it its just like snookies name love emily
"My name is Amber". Elizabethan English is just like modern English with some dialectical twists. For example, in All's Well That Ends Well, we find "My name, my good lord, is Parolles." In Antony and Cleopatra, "My name is Thyreus." and "My name is Proculeius." In Comedy of Errors we find "my name… is Dromio.", in Coriolanus "My name is Caius Coriolanus", in Henry IV Part I "My name is Harry Percy.", in Henry VI Part II "my name is Walter Whitmore", in Julius Caesar, "Truly, my name is Cinna.", in King John " My name is Constance; I was Geffrey's wife", in King Lear "My name is Edgar and thy father's son.", in Macbeth "My name's Macbeth.", in Measure for Measure "I am the poor duke's constable, and my name is Elbow", and so on and on. Although the straightforward way of saying this is far and away the most common, there are occasionally variations on it. Shylock, for example, says "Shylock is my name." (MORE)
She's a tomboy. So a girl that looks like a boy. In conclusion, Amber is a girl.