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Ri·chard

 (rē-shärd′), Joseph Henri Maurice Known as "Rocket." 1921-2000.
Canadian hockey player. A right wing for the Montreal Canadiens (1942-1960), he led his team to eight Stanley Cup championships and was the first player to score 50 goals in a season.
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Richard

(ˈrɪtʃəd)
n
1. (Biography) Sir Cliff, real name Harry Rodger Webb. born 1940, British pop singer. Film musicals include The Young Ones (1961) and Summer Holiday (1962)
2. (Biography) Maurice, known as Rocket. 1921–2000, Canadian ice-hockey player
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Ri•chard

(rɪˈʃɑrd; Fr. riˈʃar)

n. Mau•rice (mɔˈris; Fr. moʊˈris)
( “the Rocket” ),
1921–2000, Canadian hockey player.

Rich•ard

(ˈrɪtʃ ərd)
n.
1. Richard I ( “Richard the Lion-Hearted,” “Richard Coeur de Lion” ), 1157–99, king of England 1189–99.
2. Richard II, 1367–1400, king of England 1377–99 (son of Edward, Prince of Wales).
3. Richard III (Duke of Gloucester), 1452–85, king of England 1483–85.
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Translations
Richard
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RikhardRiku
Richárd
Ríkharður
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Ricardo
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Richard

[ˈrɪtʃəd] NRicardo
Richard (the) LionheartRicardo Corazón de León
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Richard

nRichard m; Richard (the) LionheartRichard Löwenherz
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The plain of Esdraelon--"the battle-field of the nations"--only sets one to dreaming of Joshua, and Benhadad, and Saul, and Gideon; Tamerlane, Tancred, Coeur de Lion, and Saladin; the warrior Kings of Persia, Egypt's heroes, and Napoleon--for they all fought here.
To those great geniuses now in petticoats, who shall write novels for the beloved reader's children, these men and things will be as much legend and history as Nineveh, or Coeur de Lion, or Jack Sheppard.
Like the sword of Coeur De Lion, which always blazed in the front and thickest of the battle, Sam's palm-leaf was to be seen everywhere when there was the least danger that a horse could be caught; there he would bear down full tilt, shouting, "Now for it!
Coeur De Lion was three lengths away in third and his Alan King-trained stablemate Who Dares Wins fourth.
NEWSBOY'S 1-2-3 1 COEUR DE LION 2 TIME TO STUDY 3 BUILDMEUPBUTTERCUP COEUR DE LION is a progressive stayer who has plenty going for him as he bids to improve on his sixth placing of 2018.
And, with give underfoot also likely to play to his strengths, Coeur De Lion is a massive player despite a 5lb rise in the handicap.
But it may be Alan King, with COEUR DE LION, who keeps up the jumps' trainers' fine record.
His sights are much lower these days, but he showed he still retains plenty of ability when finishing second to Coeur De Lion in the consolation race for the Chester Cup.
A quality stayer at best, the eight-year-old shaped like his turn was near when third to Coeur de Lion at Chester.
1199: Richard I, Coeur de Lion, King of England, was killed in battle.
INGREDIENTS 250g orzo pasta Salt 2 tbsp olive oil 1 red onion 1 large garlic clove 150g roasted piquillo peppers (see tip, top left) Pinch of saffron stamens 4 vine tomatoes (200g) 70g pitted dry black olives (a Crespo sachet) 10g flat-leaf parsley leaves 100g soft goat's cheese (eg, Coeur de Lion, or Chavroux)