In this canton, many adolescents were the administrator’s adherents like adhesive tape. So were his adjuncts and adjutants. The admiral of the adjacent admiralty gave him an adjective: “admirable man”. But he never admitted it. The adornments with his portrait were popular. The adroit adulation about his legend was adrift from one city to another. Even some important meetings were forced to adjourn. The administrator could not bear the ado and tried to adjust this situation. He adopted a decision that he adjured and admonished the people not to adore him any longer or he would have them adjudged. This was of no effect. Finally, he said adieu to this canton.