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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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But, Richardson added, cap sales really keep his company busy year-round.
I knew that shot was going in as soon as it left my hands," Richardson.
Astoundingly, Richardson even offered support for the much-maligned Minutemen, commending them as "patriots.
More flushing with fresh water could reduce the salinity and improve recovery, Richardson says.
Critics have charged that Richardson has overstepped the rote of an interim president with his bold actions.
Richardson claims that his book can "complement existing monographs and textbooks" (ix).
The first-prize winner in each division will receive a $1,000 cash award and a performance with The Richardson Symphony.
Like his idol Nureyev, Richardson thrives on mastering new styles and has a mesmerizing theatrical presence.
As plant space has been reconfigured, Richardson noted that space has been set aside for future vehicle disassembly operations.
As it is, singing Janis Joplin's greatest hits in her signature raspy howl is so taxing, Richardson shares the eight-shows-a-week role with Andra Mitrovich.
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.
The expansion means Northgate will be better able to serve the needs and desires of local shoppers," Richardson says of the near-completion of a 20-year ambition.

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