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Marriage

A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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THERE were terms and conditions for Ajay Devgn when he proposed marraige to Kajol.
CASE REPORT: A 4 years old female child born out of second degree consanguiness marraige presented to pediatric opd with progressive lower limb weakness.
Twice-divorced David, who split from Hayley's mum Pamela Bach, 50, in 2006 after 16 years of marraige, has been dating model Hayley, 33, for years.
(45) Jaffe and Finke have concluded that Sancho's enemies, probably Gaston and his collaborator Don Diego Lopez de Haro, had made sure that the pope was fully informed of the whole nature of the objections to the marraige. Since Nicholas IV advocated strict adherence to canonical principles, it is unlikely that he would have granted the dispensation anyway, but Gaston's diatribe must have confirmed the papal abjuration.
Artistic director >of the Lumiere festival, Helen Marraige, speaks at the Gala Theatre in Durham
i once met a woman with several children from a previous marraige, who was hooked up, long-term, with a man i was getting to know.
the information card which he designed for telling people about his daughter Raeesa's marraige,
Premier Saleh also said that the Region's government had decided to raise the "marraige advance payment from one million to 2.5 million Iraqi dinars and to revise the salaries for the special degrees, the Region's Presidency, the ministers, director-generals and advisors, provided that 10% of those salaries would be deducted.