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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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The thing is, I don't know if I'm marrying my boyfriend because I love him, or if I'm doing it for the sake of getting married, or because I think marrying him is the right thing to do.
The research is based on an online poll of 748 married Americans.
The youngest of Sulaiman's wives was a Syrian lady who he married when she was 17.
One of them is married and one of them is not but the king has kept the details of which daughter is married a secret.
I was planning to get married to a foreigner two years back but I did not get the approval from the Ministry of Interior.
Abu Kaas have married 13 deferent women during his 65 years from all parts of the Arabic world.
He started it with the supposition: if Carrie Fisher married Phil Oakey of the Human League, she would be Carrie Oakey.
Well, new research shows you are just as fine as those who are married.
1) Despite being outlawed in 1978, child marriage remains common in India: Nearly half of ever-married 20-24-year-olds in the study had married before reaching the legal age of 18.
But now scientists have come up with one unlikely reason why getting married is a good idea - a study of 2000 people in Sweden found that married couples are less likely to get Alzheimer's disease.
When I Get Married: Surrendering the Fantasy, Embracing the Reality" is a guide to not expecting the world out of one's married life and how not thrusting saintly expectations upon one's spouse can do wonders for one's life and happiness.
It is good to see a member of the hierarchy endorsing a married priesthood in the church in "Bishop: 'Celibacy not for all' "(NCR, Nov.