How to use Ricardo in a sentence
He ruled that Ricardo should have sole legal custody, giving him control of decision-making on major issues in the children’s lives, though he was instructed not to change the kids’ school or doctors.She Said Her Husband Was Abusive. A Judge Took Away Her Kids and Ordered Her Arrest. | by Megan O’Matz | February 22, 2022 | ProPublica
This week, Ricardo was actually the Democratic nominee in the race for the 27th Congressional District in Texas, which serves the Corpus Christi region, even though he didn’t live there when he won the primary.Politics Report: Winners and Losers Special Edition | Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts | November 7, 2020 | Voice of San Diego
However, over time, I grew to really appreciate Ricardo’s advice.The advice that helped this year’s 40 under 40 find their own path | kdunn6 | September 3, 2020 | Fortune
The congressman, Ricardo Villarreal, denied that friendship is what brought him and Goyeneche together.
At 75, the spirited Pacha founder, Ricardo Urgell, keeps an iron hand on his empire.
Spanish correspondent Javier Espinosa and photographer Ricardo Garcia Vilanova, who were freed in March, were with him.
The painter Ricardo Francis produced three separate works for the show, all with tongue-in-cheek names.
Luis and Ricardo are our dealers for the evening and alternate turns so quickly and seamlessly that we barely notice.One First-Timer’s Adventures in Culebra and Puerto Rico | Kara Cutruzzula | March 14, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
It appears in nearly every book on economic theory from Adam Smith and Ricardo till to-day.The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice | Stephen Leacock
The boys waited until Ricardo Montoya had breakfasted, then rode with him to the airport.The Flaming Mountain | Harold Leland Goodwin
Bentham said, for example, that Ricardo confused 'cost' with 'value.'
In that more limited sphere he may accept Ricardo's postulates.
Ricardo takes the actual constitution of society for granted.
British Dictionary definitions for Ricardo
David . 1772–1823, British economist. His main work is Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (1817)
- Ricardian, adjective, noun
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