- In the United States
- Adair, Illinois, an unincorporated census-designated place
- Adair, Iowa, a city
- Adair, an unincorporated community in Casco Township, St. Clair County, Michigan
- Adair, Oklahoma, a town
- Adair Township, Camden County, Missouri
- Adair Village, Oregon, a city
- Adair County (disambiguation)
- Adair Mansion, a house and subdivision in Atlanta, Georgia
- Adair Vineyards, a vineyard on the historic Thaddeus Hait Farm in Plattekill, New York
- Adair State Park, Adair County, Oklahoma
- Adair Air Force Station, a closed United States Air Force station near Corvallis, Oregon
- Camp Adair, Corvallis, Oregon, a United States Army training facility from 1942 to 1946
- Fort Adair, a late 18th century stockade fortification and supply depot north of Knoxville, Tennessee
- In Mexico
- Bahia Adair, a bay in the municipality of San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora
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“Schools and schoolmasters, as we have them today, are not popular as places of education and teachers, but rather prisons and turnkeys in which children are kept to prevent them disturbing and chaperoning their parents.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“The places we have known do not only belong to the world of space in which we situate them for the sake of simplicity. They were but a thin slice between contiguous impression which formed our lives back then; the memory of a certain image is but the regret of a certain instant; and the houses, the roads, the avenues are fleeting, alas! as the years.”
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“There are few places outside his own play where a child can contribute to the world in which he finds himself. His world: dominated by adults who tell him what to do and when to do itbenevolent tyrants who dispense gifts to their good subjects and punishment to their bad ones, who are amused at the cleverness of children and annoyed by their stupidities.”
—Viola Spolin (b. 1911)