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“(Robert W. Chambers fans note that the King in Yellow is the baddie in this fantasy novel.)”
“The King in Yellow is not just an occult figure but a symbol of the power of the state to tell us how to think with this or that pleasing story.”
“Alexander O. Smith, who translated The Book of Heroes for us, called me one day to say, “The King in Yellow is from Lovecraft.””
“One of those, the Daily Bee, was started in February, 1857, in Sacramento by a Cherokee named John Rollin Ridge, who was born with the name Yellow Bird.”
“The name "Yellow Canary" was a reference to the home's exterior color and to its first owner, Frances Alda, a soprano with the Metropolitan Opera.”
“The term Yellow Journalism is really coming to its own in this time, too.”
“House music DJ, remixer and owner of the label Yellow Productions.”
“For example, here is what the term Yellow Pages looks like when filtered for Massachusetts:”
“Google Trends searches for the term Yellow Pages the other day and noticed what appears to be a difference in the popularity of yellow pages between red states and blue states.”
“Orange Line riders from West Falls Church to Rosslyn will get more trains, and Blue Line riders at Franconia-Springfield and Van Dorn Street will get more direct service into D.C. around June 2012, based on Metro's latest plans for what I call the "Yellow and Orange Line service increase.”
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