[ good-rich ]
/ ˈgʊd rɪtʃ /
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Samuel Gris·wold [griz-wuhld, -wohld, -wawld], /ˈgrɪz wəld, -woʊld, -wɔld/, "Peter Parley", 1793–1860, U.S. author and publisher.
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Airbuses have pitot tubes made by two companies—by the U.S. company Goodrich, and by the European company Thales.The 800 Dangerous Airbus Planes in the Sky|Clive Irving|March 14, 2010|DAILY BEAST
He will be apt to pay more regard to the letter which Mr. Goodrich bears from the Secretary of State.
Though the exact date does not appear, it seems to have been soon after the death of Mr. Goodrich.Memorials of the Independent Churches in Northamptonshire|Thomas Coleman
She is terribly distressed because Mr. Goodrich's firm is sending him abroad, and he wants her to go with him.
We can't leave him behind, and Mr. Goodrich has to sail for Spain sooner than he expected.
Chauncey Allen Goodrich was in his twenty-eighth year when he heard Webster's argument.The Life of John Marshall Volume 4 of 4|Albert J. Beveridge