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(rich'ărd-sŏn),
John Clifford, 20th-century Canadian neurologist. See: Steele-Richardson-Olszewski disease, Steele-Richardson-Olszewski syndrome.
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Richardson enjoyed fishing at the family camp in Franklin County, Maine.
Richardson finished with a game-high 20 points for fifth-seeded Mira Costa (24-6), which hounded the top-seeded Indians all night with a swarming 2-3 zone.
As he announced the state of emergency, Governor Richardson denounced the Bush administration for its failure to display "the commitment or the leadership to deal with border issues.
In late 2002 and early 2003, local residents breached some of the dikes and reflooded as much as 20 percent of the marshes, says Richardson.
Richardson has defended his actions by explaining to the media that they are part of a necessary restructuring.
Richardson does not identify the new style of kingship with the revival of Roman law, the creation of a standing royal army, the transfer of power from the nobility to the king or the decline of the Estates-General and other consultative assemblies.
Alternating between ballet, modern dance, Broadway, television, and film, Richardson, whose chiseled good looks are framed by short dreadlocks, wins kudos wherever his interests lead him.
Herkomer's portrait of Richardson is just one of a recent exhibition of 70 paintings and 58 photographs depicting famous Americans who have shaped the nation's history.
In addition to scrap metals harvested from demolition jobs, Richardson noted that 110,000 tons of concrete and asphalt have been recycled in place during the River Rouge revitalization project.
Cathy Richardson, a 30-something Chicago native who stars in the off-Broadway musical Love, Janis, reveals that there is an unexpected irony to playing one of the wildest women in the history of rock and roll.
Christine Rauchfuss Gray's slim but valuable biography Willis Richardson, Forgotten Pioneer of African-American Drama, provides a treasure-trove of information on Willis Richardson (1889-1977), the first African American to have a non-musical play, The Chip Woman's Fortune, produced on Broadway.

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