Through a publicist, Richards declined to comment for this story.
Richards swoops in, telling Brian to record something in the town square, and elopes with Anita in his Bentley.
The eldest of four, Richards says she was a first child “in the good and the bad” ways.
That kind of consensus, Richards enthused, "is so rare in this kind of work!"
It's also much less fraught for Richards to be in that spotlight these days.
The second said, 'Poor Mrs. Richards was so ill: it was the most dreadful thing, she actually threw up a black crow.'
Richards apparently knew how to handle his ship, but as a navigator he was nowhere.
All the survivors then in sight were collected and I gave orders to Lieutenant Richards to keep them together.
They all accepted with the exception of Richards and his wife who refused to leave the Julia.
She looked so bright and happy and promised to visit them if Dr. Richards did not take her home too soon.
masc. proper name, Middle English Rycharde, from Old French Richard, from Old High German Ricohard "strong in rule," from Proto-Germanic *rik- "ruler" (see rich) + *harthu "hard," from PIE *kar-o- (see hard). "One of the most popular names introduced by the Normans. Usually Latinized as Ricardus, the common form was Ricard, whence the pet form Rick, etc." ["Dictionary of English Surnames"]
Richards Rich·ards (rĭch'ərdz), Dickinson Woodruff. 1895-1973.
American physician. He shared a 1956 Nobel Prize for developing cardiac catheterization.