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Marriage

A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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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.
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.
Alonso explained writers wanted to explore how the characters would have responded to the news of same-sex marraige being legalised in New York, after being in a relationship for many years.
the information card which he designed for telling people about his daughter Raeesa's marraige,
Lazo, a School Committee member, said finishing the work has been the longest journey of his life, besides 25 years of marraige.