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Things richardson often describes (“richardson ________”)
newton, olszewski, merrell

Descriptive words:
late, old, kuder, young, mole, former, good, second, english, poor, british, american, dear, younger, heather, compare, celebrated, warrock, steele, detective, famous, bloom, delaquerriere, sec, scarff, disappointing, contemporary, novel, born, australian, century, sentimental, democratic, known, chief, nearby, renowned, brave, faithful, due, pre, cora, chittenden, furnished, designate, conservative, noted, opposite, gallant, idealised, poetical, famed, courtesy, fellow, reverend, post, printed, brilliant, historian, ingram, ellingham, eminent, ambiguous, mansfield, wardley, prim, eighteenth

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