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rich

1. Geography having an abundance of natural resources, minerals, etc.
2. (of colour) intense or vivid; deep
3. (of a fuel-air mixture) containing a relatively high proportion of fuel

Rich

1. Adrienne. born 1929, US poet and feminist writer; her volumes of poetry include Snapshots of a Daughter-in-Law (1963) and Diving Into the Wreck (1973)
2. Buddy, real name Bernard Rich. 1917--87, US jazz drummer and band leader
References in classic literature ?
But afterwards, as springtime waxed, it was soon to be waving with long ears of corn, and its rich furrows to be loaded with grain upon the ground, while others would already be bound in sheaves.
And rich-crowned Demeter did not refuse but straightway made fruit to spring up from the rich lands, so that the whole wide earth was laden with leaves and flowers.
Then he gave him gold and lands and flocks, and made him so rich that his brother's fortune could not at all be compared with his.
However, he determined to manage more cleverly than his brother, and got together a rich present of gold and fine horses for the king; and thought he must have a much larger gift in return; for if his brother had received so much for only a turnip, what must his present be wroth?
Acceptance of all ad formats including rich media, standard banners and text links;
The Eclipse Foundation today released Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) 3.
Building on a long history of developing unstructured media search technology, Sonic Foundry has steadily rolled out advanced search capabilities as the market need accelerates for solutions that make it easy to identify and retrieve specific content within rich media presentations and video files.
Like these other supplicants, the rich man in the Mark 10 story runs up to Jesus on the road and falls on his knees, using the same Greek word ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) as the leper in Mark 1:40.
Before he became an op-ed columnist in 1994, Rich served for 14 years as the Times' theater critic, where his unprecedentedly influential reviews single-handedly sank many a production and earned him the nickname ``The Butcher of Broadway.
Tighter restrictions on Food Stamp eligibility so rich people can have more money.
Then there's Born Rich, a documentary which debuted at Sundance this summer and is now showing on HBO, in which a 24-year-old heir (Jamie Johnson, of the Johnson & Johnson fortune) interviews more than a dozen of his friends, all also heirs, about growing up very rich.