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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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7] High ideals of love and marriage came together with high standards of character, and it became socially and personally acceptable not to marry if marriage involved compromizing one's moral standards.
Asking people who don't marry or who choose not to have children to subsidize the activities of those who do is no less unfair than asking married couples to subsidize the activities of singles.
And since we couldn't marry Rosario, we married other women.
Whether out of a sincere change of heart or mere caprice, some women chose not to marry their sexual partners, or more frequently, their partners refused to marry them.
My cousin was sitting behind (me) in the seat, and I told him as the girl was walking up the aisle - I told him that's the girl I was going to marry,'' said Dean, now 78.
People shouldn't marry unless they belong to a church.
The data demonstrate "categorically" that people who marry and stay married "stand a decidedly better chance of enjoying continued health and wellbeing than do those who do not marry or whose marriages are terminated .
Catholics should be encouraged to marry within their own faith or not marry at all.
Van Poppel's results are based on the marriage certificates from several Dutch municipalities in the period 1812-1912 Class differences decreased in the course of the 19th century, as especially me from the higher classes started to marry at a younger age.
I didn't go to the ski club to meet someone to marry.
The first or second ecumenical council determined that a married man may be ordained to the priesthood, but a priest may not then marry after ordination.
Some reasons why so many are living common-law are (1) they think it is cheaper, (2) they think it will give them guidance in deciding whether to marry, (3) they say "Everyone's doing it", (4) they're self-centered, and (5) they have given up the practice of their faith, the sense of sin, and, along with this, of course, a knowledge of God.