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any of various tropical American plants of the genus Tagetes widely cultivated for their showy yellow or orange flowers

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Now literally "worth her weight in gold" (7:53), as Midas often affectionately described his beloved child, Marygold is the perverse inverse of her father's acquisitive manhood.
You can't believe the interest there is - I've been spending all afternoon responding to e-mails about them,'' Marygold said Friday, as she took the day off work as a nurse in East Los Angeles in expectation of an alpaca birth in her front yard.
50) For a summary of the arguments, see generally Marygold S.
The City of Rialto has notified Marygold Mutual Water Company, which serves 1,000 homes and the Kaiser Permanente hospital, that its water supply may be cut back substantially or interrupted.
MARYGOLD WALSH-DILLEY is Assistant Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of New Mexico Honors College.
Shared-time parenting, according to Marygold Melli and her colleagues, actually encompasses two parenting arrangements: equal-time parenting, involving a roughly 50-50 division of parenting time, and substantial unequal shared-time parenting, involving timeshares of over 30% (for example, a 30%-70%, 35%-65% or 40%-60% time split).
Praise for Bentley Apprentice Harry Bentley continues to make an impact and he again earned plaudits following a tactically contrasting double on sprinters Marygold and Maze.
Laurence is the model boy, a feminine male characterized in ways that Hawthorne describes Laurence's sisters and female children who appear throughout the short stories, such as Violet in "The Snow-Image" and Marygold in "The Golden Touch.
In the winter he can tell Eustace, "'you are making fun of me'" (82), which signals the cognitive strides he has made since the autumn, when he unquestioningly accepted the older youth's contention that Marygold, King Midas's daughter, "'weighed at least two thousand pounds, and might have been coined into thirty or forty thousand gold dollars'" (59).
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