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Richards

 [rich´ardz]
Melinda Ann (1841–1930). “America's first trained nurse,” the first graduate of the Training School of the New England Hospital in Boston, in 1873. She devoted her life to active nursing and to the training of other nurses.

Rich·ards

(rich'ărdz),
Barry Wyndham, 20th-century English physician. See: Richards-Rundle syndrome.
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As the Prior finished, a door at the lower end of the refectory swung open, and in came Sir Richard, with folded hands and head bowed upon his breast.
Quoth Sir Richard, "Thou man of law, wilt thou not befriend me in mine hour of need?"
Richard in his determination to get rid of an inspector who kept a lunatic in his service.
Firmin Richard reached his office that morning at eleven o'clock.
Natalie, there is only one way of making sure that you will never marry Richard. Marry me ."
As for your father, Richard has only to lift his finger and your father obeys him.
Sir Richard thanked him in a few earnest words, and asked him and all his men to visit the armory, before they departed.
"In sooth, these are poor presents we have made you, good Robin Hood," said Sir Richard; "but they carry with them a thousand times their weight in gratitude."
"That's the thing, sir," repeated Richard with the greatest enthusiasm.
Who (finding none overhasty to enter the Revenge again, doubting lest Sir Richard would have blown them up and himself, and perceiving by the report of the Master of the Revenge his dangerous disposition) yielded that all their lives should be saved, the company sent for England, and the better sort to pay such reasonable ransom as their estate would bear, and in the mean season to be free from galley or imprisonment.
Thou shalt this day look on, and see how Richard will fight for his friend and liegeman.''
Who broke in the filly, that no one else dare mount, though your coachman did pretend that he had tamed her before I took her in hand; but anybody could see that he lied—he was a great liar, that John—what’s that, a buck?” Richard abandoned the horses, and ran to the spot where Marmaduke had thrown the deer, “It is a buck!