Ricketts Rick·etts (rĭk'ĭtz), Howard Taylor. 1871-1910.
American pathologist who discovered bacteria of the genus Rickettsia and determined the cause and methods of transmission of Rocky Mountain spotted fever and typhus.
Two other ricketts siblings, Todd and Peter, also have a piece of the action with the ball club.
I've never met ricketts, and for all I know, he may ultimately have had the sense to kill the plan.
But by early afternoon, a ricketts aide was disavowing the Jeremiah Wright plan, proclaiming that it went too far.
These roundels are, I think, the finest achievement of Mr. ricketts as an original wood-engraver.
It is ludicrous to see ricketts and Winter and Callonby flounder about after him.
Griffin and ricketts have wrought such havoc with their guns, that "nothing remains to be fired at."
"Mrs. ricketts has been good enough, your Highness—" began the Jew.
ricketts then understood that he had but the 4th Sikhs and a small party of troops belonging to the Raja of Nabha to depend upon.
"My heart's chain wove,'" smiled and whispered Mrs. ricketts.
This was addressed to ricketts, whom they met just outside the station.