Rich

Rich may refer to wealth. Rich may also refer to:

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Charlie Rich - Career - Decline in Activity and Semi-retirement
... Rich struggled throughout 1979 having hits with United Artists and Epic ... Rich appeared as himself in the 1979 Clint Eastwood movie, Every Which Way But Loose, in which he performed the song "I'll Wake You Up When I Get Home." This song hit number three on the ... the Gary Stewart song "Are We Dreamin' the Same Dream" early in 1981, but Rich decided to remove himself from the spotlight ...
Charlie Rich
... Charles (Charlie) Rich (December 14, 1932 – July 25, 1995) was an American country music singer and musician ... In the latter part of his life, Rich acquired the nickname The Silver Fox ...
Rich - Other
... Rich (wine), a descriptor in wine tasting. ...
Victorian America - Culture and Transportation
... In the mid-19th century, only the rich owned private carriages, but, by the 1840s the middle class had begun to imitate this behavior ... The rich then began to move to the suburbs, called "uptown," to get away from the noise, congestion, crowds, and dirt of the inner cities ... The rich moved further out in the 1860s, to places like Long Island ...
Iulian Filipescu
... four and a half season there before joining Fussballclub Zürich in the Swiss Super League ... FC Basel 1893 were atop the league table leading FC Zürich by three points ... If Zürich were to win, the title would be theirs even though they would have the same amount of points as Basel on the league table ...

Famous quotes containing the word rich:

    He is the rich man, and enjoys the fruits of riches, who summer and winter forever can find delight in his own thoughts.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    You may cut off the heads of every rich man now living—of every statesman—every literary, and every scientific authority, without in the least changing the social situation. Artists, of course, disappeared long ago as social forces. So did the church. Corporations are not elevators, but levellers, as I see them.
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    If, in looking at the lives of princes, courtiers, men of rank and fashion, we must perforce depict them as idle, profligate, and criminal, we must make allowances for the rich men’s failings, and recollect that we, too, were very likely indolent and voluptuous, had we no motive for work, a mortal’s natural taste for pleasure, and the daily temptation of a large income. What could a great peer, with a great castle and park, and a great fortune, do but be splendid and idle?
    William Makepeace Thackeray (1811–1863)