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Definition of Richardson

  • British stage and screen actor noted for playing classic roles (1902-1983)
  • United States architect (1838-1886)

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Several of the "musical" men-notably Richardson of Elberon-had plenty of money; Stanley, stopping with his cousins, the Frasers, on the Rumson Road, brought several of his friends, all rich and more or less free.
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He was suddenly struck with a great light, seemingly at the plantation of General Richardson.
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The suspicions of Marion were soon confirmed by the arrival of Colonel Richardson, from whom he learned that Tarleton was really at the plantation, the fires of which he saw, in force with his whole legion, and two field-pieces.
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If Col. Richardson had never entered the camp of Marion, the blazing dwellings of the Richardson family would have led to such precautions, on the side of the partisan, as must have effectually baffled the objects of the British Colonel.
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Richardson's, and await your orders.
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Richardson and Scriven, with a part of Mayham's horse, were dispatched with orders to throw themselves in front of the British, and engage them until he could come up.
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Romances pleased her from the first, Her all in all did constitute; In love adventures she was versed, Rousseau and Richardson to boot.
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His wife was also mad upon The works of Mr. Richardson.
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Produced by Keith G. Richardson.
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And if Gainsborough ever listened to Richardson's famous prophecy which inspired Hogarth and Reynolds, to the effect that England would soon produce a great school of art, we do not know it.
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Samuel Johnson bowled into view, scolding and challenging the Ensconced Smug; Goldsmith scaled the Richardson ghetto and wrote his touching and deathless verse; Fielding's saffron comedies were produced at Drury Lane; Cowper, nearly the same age as the artist, did his work and lapsed into imbecility, surviving him sixteen years; Richardson became the happy father of the English Novel; Sterne took his Sentimental Journey; Chatterton, the meteor, flashed across the literary sky; Gray mused in the churchyard and laid his head upon the lap of earth; Burns was promoted from the Excise to be the idol of all Scotland.
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I'll load the ship with longshoremen entirely, and we'll sail with the crew of that German liner that came a few days ago to intern in Richardson's Bay until the European war is over.
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FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT American Guide, (Negro Writers' Unit) Martin Richardson, Field Worker South Jacksonville, Florida December 8, 1936 SHACK THOMAS, Centenarian Beady-eyed, grey-whiskered, black little Shack Thomas sits in the sun in front of his hut on the Old Saint Augustine Road about three miles south of Jacksonville, 102 years old and full of humorous reminiscences about most of those years.
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Dr. Lane has given his recollections of my father in Dr. Richardson's 'Lecture on Charles Darwin,' October 22, 1882, from which I quote:- "In a public institution like mine, he was surrounded, of course, by multifarious types of character, by persons of both sexes, mostly very different from himself-commonplace people, in short, as the majority are everywhere, but like to him at least in this, that they were fellow- creatures and fellow-patients.
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I calculated that it would be 200,000 words long (which it exactly proved to be), and I had a vague notion that no novel of such dimensions (except Richardson's) had ever been written before.
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Plimpton, before whose pertinacity the walls of Jericho had fallen; and finally the queer, twisted Richardson mansion of the Everett Constables, whither he was bound, with its recessed doorway and tiny windows peeping out from under mediaeval penthouses.
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It is fully described in Richardson's "Studies from Old English Mansions.
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Richardson's "Studies" contains, amongst other examples of furniture, and carved oak decorations of English Renaissance, interiors of Little Charlton, East Sutton Place, Stockton House, Wilts, Audley End, Essex, and the Great Hall, Crewe, with its beautiful hall screens and famous carved "parloir," all notable mansions of the sixteenth century.
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The Netherlands Spain Revolution, The French Revival of Art in France Ricardo, Mr. Halsey Richardson's "Studies" Riesener, Court Ebeniste Robinson, Mr. G.T., quoted Rococo Style, the Rogers, Harry, work of Roman Furniture Ruskin, Mr., quoted Russian Woodwork St. Augustine's Chair St. Giles', Bloomsbury St. Peter's Chairs St. Peter's Church St. Saviour's Chapel Sallust, House of Salting, Mr., collection of Salzburg, Bishop's Palace at Sandringham House, referred to Saracenic Art Sarto, Andrea del Satinwood, introduction of Scandinavian Woodwork Science and Art Department, The Scott, Sir Walter, reference to Screens, Louis XV.
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CROSS, F. RICHARDSON, M.B., F.R.C.S. CROWLEY, REGINALD A., A.R.I.B.A., 96, George Street, Croydon.
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Examples of Richardson

Example #1
As every moment of Mildred's day was full and as it was impossible not to sleep and sleep well in that ocean air, with the surf soothing the nerves as the lullaby of a nurse soothes a baby, she was able to put everything unpleasant out of mind.
Example #2
They-always in gay parties-motored up and down the coast and inland.
Example #3
This awakened his anxieties, and led him at once to suspect the presence of his enemy in that quarter.
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At night, having reached a strong position in the woods, Marion was taking his usual precautions for making his camp.
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The strength of the British was double his own, and, to increase his anxieties, it was discovered that one of his men,-probably one of the late converts, who had joined the ranks after the defeat of Tynes,-had deserted to the enemy.
Example #6
The progress of the British was thus usually distinguished when they reached a settlement of the patriots.