from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Obsolete forms of riches.
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The Toronto Red Star's * Social justice reporter*, Tanya Talaga, in her ongoing series about poverty in Toronto, reports on the Oxley family, a modern day richess to rags story that will pull on your heartstrings and leave you feeling empty inside: Several years ago, Mary and Don Oxley were living the good life.
Because the richess and resources of the third world are stolen and brought here so that you can live in opulence and luxury and waste.
I strongly believe the richness of that half of the world model directly impacts the richess of the social/community one.
That's nowhere near a decent income, let alone instant richess.
Are they trying to make up for the time Africa has been robbed of any richess they had?
As we kept driving we started realizing the richess of the nation.
Anyway, the history of Yoruba and the Binis has always being of a raconter of tales without affirmative, but one look more biblical than the other, in that the yoruba is a tribe that never extinct despite slavery and the taking to new world it is inspiring to note it lifly radiation of influence and richess that is the seven wonders of the Yoruba.