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Richards

1. I(vor) A(rmstrong). 1893--1979, British literary critic and linguist, who, with C. K. Ogden, wrote The Meaning of Meaning (1923) and devised Basic English
2. Sir Gordon. 1904--86, British jockey
3. Sir Viv, full name Isaac Vivian Alexander Richards. born 1952, West Indian cricketer; captained the West Indies (1985--91)
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Then up spake the Prior and called upon one of the brethren that sat below the salt, and bade him look out of the window and see who was below, albeit he knew right well it could be none but Sir Richard.
Thus he spake, for he was afraid Sir Richard might do him a harm.
I have told papa that I can think of Richard as a friend, but not as a husband.
Natalie, there is only one way of making sure that you will never marry Richard.
At dinner Sir Richard presented Robin to his wife and son.
That night the foresters tarried within the friendly walls, and the next day took leave; though Sir Richard protested that they should have made a longer stay.
Richard was a little grave after these interviews, but invariably told Ada and me that it was all right, and then began to talk about something else.
As Richard still continued to say that he was fixed in his choice after repeated periods for consideration had been recommended by Mr.
Who (finding none overhasty to enter the Revenge again, doubting lest Sir Richard would have blown them up and himself, and perceiving by the report of the Master of the Revenge his dangerous disposition) yielded that all their lives should be saved, the company sent for England, and the better sort to pay such reasonable ransom as their estate would bear, and in the mean season to be free from galley or imprisonment.
It was not in the nature of the Frenchman to disappoint expectations so confidently formed; although he cat looking down the precipice which fronted him, as Richard turned his leaders into the quarry, with a pair of eyes that stood out like those of lobsters.
desires no more fame than his good lance and sword may acquire him and Richard Plantagenet is prouder of achieving an adventure, with only his good sword, and his good arm to speed, than if he led to battle an host of an hundred thousand armed men.
Firmin Richard reached his office that morning at eleven o'clock.