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Marigold

In British financial circles, a slang term for 1 million pounds. See also: The City.
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When, prior to her uncanny transformation, Marygold grieves for the rose garden Midas's touch had "blighted," and then fails to notice the breakfast bowl also transmuted on the table before her, the narrator muses: "Perhaps this was all the better; for Marygold was accustomed to take pleasure in looking at the queer figures, and strange trees and houses, that were painted on the circumference of the bowl; and these ornaments were now entirely lost in the yellow hue of the metal" (7:49).
Marygold and her family are among thousands of alpaca breeders throughout the nation who sell the animals as pets or for their fine fiber.
Historically, the city has always been easily able to meet local demand and supply water to a smaller agency, Marygold Mutual Water Company, which serves 1,000 homes and a hospital.
He dominated throughout on Marygold in the nursery and delayed his challenge until inside the final furlong on Maze in the 5f handicap.
The ironically named Marygold (which evokes Midas's desire, not hers) is a saintly female child who dies (albeit temporarily) to redeem her father, and perhaps materialistic boy readers.
In "He Golden Touch," for example, Hawthorne created a daughter for Midas, Marygold, whose association with this myth persists as if she had originated in its ancient source.
Sting in tail for Turner HAYLEY TURNER, who is playing second fiddle to Gannon as leading woman rider this season, will miss the first day of Newmarket's July festival after picking up a three-day careless riding ban (July 5-7) on first-race winner Marygold.
Another filly, the John Akehurst-trained debutante Marygold, will become her sire's fourth representative in today's Windsor maiden (5.
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