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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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If both are willing to give themselves bodily to one another but are unable to actually receive bodily what they pledge to give, strictly speaking they are unable to marry.
Postponing marriage has become more acceptable; both poor and middle-class couples expect to marry not in their early 20s as their careers are beginning but only once they're at least somewhat "settled" economically.
It is clear, however, that to most ordinary people, and even to most judges, the main problem with illegitimacy within settled rural society was less the sexual activity during courtship and more the man's failure to marry her.
When she was 15, her father arranged for her to marry a doctor twice her age.
Samuels thinks that many white gays, in not being able to marry, are feeling discrimination for the first time.
Two people cannot marry each other; they must marry before a member of the clergy or a magistrate or clerk--someone to be the eyes and ears of society.
These restrictions unfairly burden gay parents because they aren't legally able to marry their partners like heterosexual parents can, forcing them to choose between their children and their partner.
Most of them want to marry at some point, though, and expect their marriages to last until death.
After the death of Jane Seymour from puerperal fever when she gave birth of the future Edward VI in 1537, Henry desired to marry for a fourth time so that he could further secure the Tudor succession by having a second son.
At least it should be good news for those of us who grew up in the pre-feminist era, when marriage was supposed to be a sex-for-food exchange, as in prostitution or Who Wants to Marry a Millionaire?
Section 1983 on the grounds that the antinepotism policy denies the fundamental right to marry protected by the due process clause of the 14th Amendment, infringes upon the right of intimate association implicit in the First Amendment, and violates the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment because it has a disparate impact on women.