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  • The term Marigold was given to this writer as a symbolic clue that cosmic light incorporates vibration, color, and scent.

    Arcturian Songs of the Masters of Light

  • The term Marigold was given to this writer as a symbolic clue that cosmic light incorporates vibration, color, and scent.

    Arcturian Songs of the Masters of Light

  • The term Marigold was given to this writer as a symbolic clue that cosmic light incorporates vibration, color, and scent.

    Songs of the Arcturians

  • The term Marigold was given to this writer as a symbolic clue that cosmic light incorporates vibration, color, and scent.

    Songs of the Arcturians

  • PerdueFarms feeds its chickensa specially designed nutritional formula that incorporates Xanthrophyll, a naturally occuring plant compoundwhich can be found in Marigold petals.

    Orange you a little yellow?

  • In a strange country, where elaborate court dress masks even more elaborate intrigues and a dangerous spy called the Marigold leaves venomous cobras as his calling card, there is only one person Penelope can trust … Captain Alex Reid has better things to do than play nursemaid to a pair of aristocrats.

    WEEKLY BOOK RELEASES FOR JANUARY 10TH | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews

  • Little does she realize that a spy called the Marigold is also bound for Hyderabad….

    Interview with Lauren Willig

  • In a strange country where elaborate court dress masks even more elaborate intrigues and a spy called the Marigold leaves cobras as his calling card, there is only one person Penelope can trust: Captain Alex Reid, the man detailed to escort them to Hyderabad.

    Lauren Willig Author Interview

  • In a strange country where elaborate court dress masks even more elaborate intrigues and a spy called the Marigold leaves cobras as his calling card, there is only one person Penelope can trust: Captain Alex Reid, the man detailed to escort them to Hyderabad.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • As it opens, the titular protagonist — part Swedish, part Armenian — is in her 50s and comfortably ensconced at a retirement community called Marigold Village with Herb, another talented editor, 30 years her senior.

    The Unbearable Lightness of Mrs. Day-Lewis

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