[ US /ˈɹɪtʃɝdz/ ]
  1. English literary critic who collaborated with C. K. Ogden and contributed to the development of Basic English (1893-1979)
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  • Richardson, are proprietors of shows, and the berouged, bedraggled creatures who exhibit on the platform outside for their living. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 53, No. 327, January, 1843
  • A person today who seems to have a great sense of self-esteem has his or her childhood days to thank for it. Stephen Richards 
  • In its scale and some of its details Smith's building has an affinity to Richardson's 1875-1876 Hayden Building in Boston.
  • If you truly love someone, you should be more interested in keeping them happy than in being right. Stephen Richards 
  • The books written by Richardson and his followers accordingly became known as moral or didactic novels.
  • Instead, they got Richards to acknowledge that a motivated forger with advanced technology could fool even veteran photo analysts.
  • Months earlier a woman named Adele Richardson, aka Leda, had written in. Cruel Intent
  • Richards confronts us unapologetically with all the seamier aspects of his life, to the point where the reader -- I refer here to myself -- finds himself asking: Why am I reading this? Peter Clothier: Keef
  • Rowan Oliver's drums suggest a meeting of Al Foster and Jaki Liebezeit while John Richards' electric bass is a malevolent, fuzzed monster.
  • A good self-esteem level is mostly dependent on how we value ourselves without any bias. Stephen Richards 
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