urban

Definition funny of Aders:

urbanexpression showing the idiotic obviousness of a fact

urbanthe smurfs are blue a der!!!!

urbana der is slang for giving head. Used in conversations where the parties describing the act use the word as a substitute for the actual word, usually in mixed company.

urbanScene: at a crowded party Candi: Did you see Jonathon over there? Cyndi: Sure, I just got done giving him a der in the bathroom.

songs

Songs about Aders:

songsAder by Grace Nono from the Album Isang Buhay

songsAder by Bad Sector from the Album Ampos

songsAder Rabbi by Adam from the Album Hatha Ana

songsAder Ttalat by Oudaden from the Album Empreinte

songsAder Visionnaire by Keith Novum from the Album This Is Your Life Ep

songsAder Visionnaire by Keith Novum from the Album 75 Techno Tunes, Pt. 5

songsAna Mesh Ader by Cairokee from the Album Sekka Shemal

books

Books about Aders:

booksBas Jan Ader: Death Is Elsewhere by Alexander Dumbadze (May 27, 2013)

booksBas Jan Ader: In Search of the Miraculous: Discovery File 143/76 by Marion van Wijk, Koos Dalstra and Bas Jan Ader (Nov 30, 2014)

booksBas Jan Ader: In Search of the Miraculous (AFTERALL) by Jan Verwoert (May 26, 2006)

booksAder: Webster's Timeline History, 1500 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jul 8, 2009)

booksAder in Botany I: From Seed Te Leaf, Selected and Adapted from Known, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint) by Jane H. Newell (Jun 12, 2012)

booksader's Digest Select Editions Volume 3 2001, The Villa, 24 Hours, Nora Nora, Force 12 by Greg Iles, Anne Rivers Siddons, James Thayer Nora Roberts (2001)

booksBas Jan Ader: Please Don't Leave Me by edite (Jun 1, 2006)

wiki

Wiki information Aders:

Aders' duiker
Biological Species, Organism Classification

The Aders' duiker, also known as nunga in Swahili, kunga marara in Kipokomo, and harake in Giriama, is a small, forest-dwelling duiker found only in Zanzibar and a small coastal enclave in Kenya. It is also critically endangered. It may be a...

Erwin Aders
Man, Deceased Person, Person

Erwin Aders was the chief designer for Germany's Henschel & Son, during World War II. He led the design for the heavy tanks Tiger I and Tiger II.