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perennial subshrub of the Canary Islands having usually pale yellow daisylike flowers

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Through the scene between Marguerite and the elder Duval, Lena wept unceasingly, and I sat helpless to prevent the closing of that chapter of idyllic love, dreading the return of the young man whose ineffable happiness was only to be the measure of his fall.
The heartless world which Marguerite re-entered with Varville had never been so glittering and reckless as on the night when it gathered in Olympe's salon for the fourth act.
I tramped through the puddles and under the showery trees, mourning for Marguerite Gauthier as if she had died only yesterday, sighing with the spirit of 1840, which had sighed so much, and which had reached me only that night, across long years and several languages, through the person of an infirm old actress.
'Marguerite Parker!' exclaimed Rollo, bounding in his chair.
For example, Marguerite's castigation by the villagers--and her brother--for bearing a child out of wedlock while the child's father remains morally unscathed may not sit too well with modern audiences.
BRAIN Marguerite In Loving memory of Marguerite Louise Brain (Peggy) who passed away at Solihull Hospital on 13th February 2019 aged 86 years.
Deerfield Beach, FL, January 04, 2019 --( Most kids go through different stages when asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" But not Haley Marguerite. She's been thinking of writing her own book since she was 12, when she first dreamed up Charlie.
[USA], June 30 (ANI): A film based on Marguerite Bennett's dystopian comic series 'Animosity' will be developed by Legendary Entertainment.
Grace Frick introduced English-language readers all over the world to the distinguished French author Marguerite Yourcenar with her award-winning translation of Yourcenar's novel "Memoirs of Hadrian" in 1954.
Marguerite Henderson, of Crosshill in Fife, spoke of the devastating impact that having her limbs amputated has had on her, saying after her latest op: "I could only move my head.
Marguerite Henderson, of Crosshill, Fife, spoke of the devastating impact that having her limbs amputated has had on her, saying after her latest op: "I could only move my head.
Mont Sainte- Marguerite Wind is located approximately 50 kilometers south of Quebec City, in the Chaudiere-Appalaches region.
Bolshoi's Prima Ballerina Svetlana Zakharova performs the role of Alexandre Dumas Fils' heroine Marguerite Gautier with unique dramatic intensity alongside Neumeier's favourite dancer Edvin Revazov as Armand Duval.