American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Ricardo, David 1772-1823. British economist whose major work, Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (1817), supported the laws of supply and demand in a free market.
- n. English economist who argued that the laws of supply and demand should operate in a free market (1772-1823)
“Slide 1: RICARDO When they told me that Ricardo have pancreatic cancer with metastasis into liver.”
“There he adopted the name Ricardo Klement and found a job with Mercedes-Benz.”
“After the war ended in Germany's defeat, Eichmann escaped American captivity and fled to Argentina in 1950, assuming the name Ricardo Klement.”
“Known as the "architect of the Holocaust" for his role in coordinating the Nazi genocide policy, Eichmann fled Germany after World War II and assumed the name Ricardo Klement in Argentina.”
“He remembered his mother and Lorena in Ricardo Flores, Marta in Buenaventura, his father in California, wherever he was, and wished they all could see him at that moment, tired and exultant.”
“The abuelita was too old to do what was necessary for Lorena, so when his father went back to the States, Último had to stay longer in Ricardo Flores.”
“Or, of course, he could have gone home, but in Ricardo Flores he could not do the great things he expected of himself.”
“What is the coefficient of elasticity in Ricardo Montalban's fake chest in Star Trek II?”
“Ricardo is a friend of our friends in St. Louis who are originally from Columbia (the country) but are now living in the United States.”
“Here we are at the university -- Ricardo is leading the way in the dark clothing in front of Andrea.”
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