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Marigold

In British financial circles, a slang term for 1 million pounds. See also: The City.
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In the process, Marygold's uncanniness gothically subverts conventional gender norms by demonstrating how a kind of dangerous excess defined antebellum self-made manhood, and revealing its acts of commodification as failings of masculine self-control that threatened to undermine the very foundation of Jacksonian individualism.
Thomas Oldham & Marygold Melli eds., 2000); accord Chien-Chung Huang, Wen-Jui Han & Irwin Garfinkel, Child Support Enforcement, Joint Legal Custody, and Parental Involvement, 77 SOC.
He dominated throughout on Marygold in the nursery and delayed his challenge until inside the final furlong on Maze in the 5f handicap.
Names such as Periwinkle, Plantain, and Cowslip remind the reader that Marygold, who also bears the name of a flower, was the object of her father's alchemy when she was changed from a human child into a metallic substance, albeit gold.
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).
MARYGOLD WALSH-DILLEY is Assistant Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of New Mexico Honors College.
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." Like them, he has a finely-tuned sensibility that responds most deeply to domestic, rather than national, narratives:
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.