- Ri·chard [ree-shar; English rich-erd] /riˈʃar; English ˈrɪtʃ ərd/, c1680–1734, French economist, born in Ireland.
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The most famous brewery for this style is Cantillon, the last and lone brewery operating solely within Brussels.Wine Snobs, There’s a Beer for You
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"They put glasses on cows in Russia," said Miss Cantillon importantly.
Something of the same kind is, of course, visible in the Physiocrats and in Cantillon.The Place of Science in Modern Civilisation and Other Essays
Mrs. Austen with her tireless smile enquired of Paliser, who, after speaking to the girls, had said something to Cantillon.The Paliser case
Cantillon, Mr. remarks on his account of the earnings of the labouring poor, 28.
He joined in the general conversation determined to rout the brilliant Miss Cantillon, who knew so many things.