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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
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Riches, who has previous convictions for theft and heroin possession, sold the bottles for PS20-PS25.
Gigginstown's Eddie O'Leary said Road To Riches is "very much in the mix" for the race, which is also a possible for Gold Cup third Don Poli.
The rights to Plants: From Roots to Riches were acquired by publisher Georgina Laycock from the BBC and Kew Gardens.
21 January 2013 - Kidney care specialist DaVita, part of US DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc (NYSE: DVA), said it had closed a deal to set up a joint venture with Riches Healthcare to provide dialysis services in Taiwan.
Since being released from federal prison earlier this year, Riches has been said to be living in central Pennsylvania.
A Wachusett Regional High School graduate, Riches is from Paxton and is majoring in education.
Les poissons gras dont il fait partie sont riches en omega-3, lesquels facilitent eux-aussi la production de serotonine.
Sky Vegas, a UK-based online casino, has announced the launch of a new slot game, Rainbow Riches.
One of the most compelling elements of Easy to Like is how Riche creates and then subverts expectations for straightforward plot lines.
8220;Microgaming manages to surprise us every now and then with a game that is completely otherworldly, and Riviera Riches is no different,” said Alex Roberts, Marketing Manager at Red Flush Online Casino.
Riches, 51, formerly of Norwich, Norfolk, but now living in France, denied manslaughter, six assaults and four counts of child cruelty but was convicted after a trial at Norwich Crown Court.
Lee Collings' side though was forced onto the defensive for most of the opening half and Riches only kept his side in the game with superb saves from Phil Lindley and Lee Morris.