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Rich·ter

(rik'tĕr),
August G., German surgeon, 1742-1812. See: Richter hernia, Richter-Monro line, Monro-Richter line.

Rich·ter

(rik'tĕr),
Maurice N., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Richter syndrome.
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In his introduction, Richter warns his readers that "Any thinking of afterness may ultimately very well require the 'dark patience'" that is mentioned in a poem by Georg Trakl, and this is apt (19).
Richter divides the early American experience into six interconnected cultural phases--epochs that were created by, in his terms, progenitors, conquistadors, traders, planters, imperialists, and Atlanteans.
The magnitude-wise deadliest earthquake hit the area in 1905 which was measured 8 on the Richter scale.
German Richter, 80, who lives in Cologne, is considered by some to be the world's greatest living painter.
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A tectonic quake with a magnitude of 4.2 on the Richter scale struck on the same day at 9.19 am local time, with its epicenter in a depth of 20 kilometers southeast of Bantul 8.09 degrees southern latitude and 110.3 degrees eastern longitude in a depth of 10 km.
But Richter's steely-fingered virtuosity remains awesome.
This biography chronicles the life and times of Soviet pianist Sviatoslav Teofilovich Richter (1915-97), one of the most enigmatic and compelling performers of the twentieth century.
Richter will make use of the finance in several batches for a period of 18 months.
Tim Richter, president of the Calgary Homeless Foundation, said the Aboriginal community needs special attention as approximately a quarter of Calgary's homeless people are Aboriginal.