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As the days and months go by, Marguerite makes notes in her diary about each setback or victory
Then, in 1904, the distinctive paddle steamer La Marguerite sailed in to join the company, having previously been used as a cross channel steamer.
The art historian Roberta Tarbell has suggested that Marguerite may have even met Muir before leaving Fresno to study art in Paris in 1908.
Don't worry Marguerite - I think our secret is safe.
By placing ambiguity at the core of her tenth novella, Marguerite transforms ethical criticism into a kind of double bind, inviting her diligent readers to intervene and participate in the demystification of masculine courtly discourse (responding, in part, to the hermeneutical imperative to "make irony happen" through a rereading of the novella), while, at the same time, recognizing the danger of oversimplification and identification in adopting any of the devisants' subject-positions uncritically--the danger of reducing the demands of the text to being either for or against Amadour or Floride.
intersection of Trabuco Road and Marguerite Parkway
Marguerite, who lists several other G4S employees among her Facebook pals, is also dubbed "Queen biatch".
The Modernist artist Marguerite Thompson Zorach is best known for her prints paintings and tapestries.
Club members organised a surprise party for Marguerite, of Pallister Park, with more than 100 people showing up.