Marital Status


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Marital Status

The state of being married or unmarried. Some definitions divide groups into single, married and divorced (or separated). Marital status qualifies one for various tax advantages; for example, married persons generally may exempt more of their income from taxes.
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Marital status and living place were not significantly associated with LBMD on univariate or multivariate analysis (Table-III).
On the other side marital status has shown no mean differences in overall coping style and emotional intelligence.
Table 2: Statistically significant items of MBI with regards to marital status by Mann-Whitney-U test.
But few people blink an eye at the expansive role marital status now plays in our society.
This differs from the prerecession period, when marital status alone seemed to be the key determinant of the time unemployed women with this level of education searched for a job.
altogether, I hope that more self-respecting women--that is, all women--will tell the world that their marital status does not define them and choose Ms.
The variables of interest included age, CCI score, race (AA versus Caucasian), marital status (married versus SDW), history of previous biopsy, history of prior PSA, clinical tumor (T) classification, body mass index (BMI), biopsy Gleason score, and treatment received.
when the Supreme Court ruling struck down DOMA, it remained unclear which marital status a legally married same-sex couple would be entitled to.
The Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi clarified that there is no change in rules regarding the process of updating marital status in Indian passports.
The ambassador said the consulate had been asked to revert to the old system and not limit the validity of the passports based on applicants' marital status. "It shouldn't be the case.