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  2. Richard - Wikipedia

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    Richard, a character in 1989 American independent coming of age comedy movie She's Out of Control; Richard, a character in the 2013 American black comedy crime film Life of Crime; Richard, a character in the American Lego TV series, Unikitty! Richard Ashenden, main character in the 1936 Hitchcock film Secret Agent (1936 film)

  3. Richard as a boys' name is pronounced RICH-erd. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Richard is "powerful leader". Norman name commonly used for the last 900 years except in the 19th century. England's King Richard Coeur de Lion gave the name lasting impressions of kingliness and the exploits of a Crusader knight.

  4. Richard I | Biography, Achievements, Crusade, Facts, & Death

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    Richard I, byname Richard the Lionheart or Lionhearted, French Richard Coeur de Lion, (born September 8, 1157, Oxford, England—died April 6, 1199, Châlus, duchy of Aquitaine), duke of Aquitaine (from 1168) and of Poitiers (from 1172) and king of England, duke of Normandy, and count of Anjou (1189–99). His knightly manner and his prowess in the Third Crusade (1189–92) made him a popular king in his own time as well as the hero of countless romantic legends.

  5. Richard - Wiktionary

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    Richard ( plural Richards ) A male given name from the Germanic languages . quotations . c. 1593, William Shakespeare, “ The Tragedy of Richard the Third: [ …] ”, in Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies [ …] ( First Folio ), London: [ …] Isaac Iaggard, and Ed [ward] Blount, published 1623, OCLC 606515358, [Act V, scene ii]: What! do I fear myself? there's no one else by; / Richard loves Richard; that is, I am I.

  6. Richard Gere - IMDb

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    Richard Gere: Movie Moments. 99 Videos. 99+ Photos. Humanitarian and actor Richard Gere was born on August 31, 1949, in Philadelphia, the second of five children of Doris Anna (Tiffany), a homemaker, and Homer George Gere, an insurance salesman, both Mayflower descendants. Richard started early as a musician, playing a number of instruments in high school and writing music for high school productions.

  7. Richard Nixon | Biography, Accomplishments, Watergate,...

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    Richard Nixon, in full Richard Milhous Nixon, (born January 9, 1913, Yorba Linda, California, U.S.—died April 22, 1994, New York, New York), 37th president of the United States (1969–74), who, faced with almost certain impeachment for his role in the Watergate scandal, became the first American president to resign from office.

  8. Richard Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    How to use Richard in a sentence. If it happens, no one will remember that the Bruins and Canadiens didn’t meet during the regular season — and the rivalry may get nearly as heated as it was when Richard had his infamous run-in with the B’s 66 years earlier. The NHL’s Most Bitter Rivalry Is On Pause.

  9. Richard Ramirez - Wife, Death & Facts - Biography

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    Richard Ramirez was an American serial killer who killed at least 14 people and raped and tortured at least two dozen more, mostly during the spring and summer of 1985.

  10. Little Richard - Death, Songs & Facts - Biography

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    At the age of 13 Richard was ordered to move out of the family home, and his relationship with his father was never repaired. When Richard was 19, his father was shot dead outside a local bar.

  11. How Dick Came to be Short for Richard - Today I Found Out

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    “Richard” was originally pronounced more like “Rickard”. The practice of changing the initial letter of the shortened form of someone’s name (mentioned in the article) was very common in the middle ages, though you’d only do it with someone you knew very well, or risk a punch on the nose.