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Marry

To match orders such that the net position is zero. That is, a dealer marries two clients when he/she finds a buyer and a seller for the same security in the same quantity.
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The government also forbids Omani men from marrying a foreign woman if he is still married to a local woman, unless his wife cannot fulfil her marriage obligations, the source said.
Peggy herself could expect no material advantage in marrying Sandy.
The Marrying of Anne of Cleves provides the first major study of the king's fourth marriage, and, like its predecessor, also engages in questions of the gender system in the sixteenth century, court politics and battles between conservatives and reformers, and the how accusations of witchcraft and sexual deviance could be used to destroy political enemies.
He would like the government to provide women at "high risk of bearing a child out of wedlock" with a $5,000 cash payment for marrying before childbirth.
Greenleaf 64, and Sangrey, 62, are reported to be the first members of the clergy in the United States to face criminal charges for marrying gay couples, a fact that has not gone unnoticed.
Although matrimony was God's design, purity of motives for marrying was essential to its dignity and sanctity.
If a person has a sweet and generous disposition before marrying, but soon after the wedding becomes a violently angry and self-centered person, a serious question arises about one spouse's knowledge of the other.
Remarkably, the Oregon circuit court judge who blocked same-sex couples from marrying also ordered the state to recognize approximately 3,000 same-sex marriages that took place between the commencement of licensing same-sex couples on March 3 and his ruling of April 20.
Rather, more young people are marrying later or not at all.
Luther (1483-1546) abandoned celibacy and his own religious vows by marrying Katherina Von Bora, a former nun, in 1525, setting an example adopted by his followers.
Or "lack of capacity for marrying," says Father Patrick Lagges of the Chicago tribunal.
24) A young man whose parents who are trying to put a young man in a monastery to prevent him from marrying is signed "Good bye my heaven, yours until death.