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Any man who has health, happiness and wisdom. This also holds true for women.
So that should read: Any man who has health, happiness, wisdom and women. ?
On second thought, it should probably read: "Any man who has women. This may or may not also hold true for women Likewise the converse."
I thought "This also holds true for women.", goes without saying. So I didn't say it but I'm glad you brought it up.
The question was asked on University Challenge in the early 80's. (2:40) L
Depends on how you define richest. Money, property power etc. If money and you google "richest man in the world", this is the first hit. But personally I think Harry Bailey is the richest man in the world.
. "... every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings."
Ding, ding, ding, ding,