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Marriage

A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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Witnesses said the married couple were passing near the wall gate when the soldiers opened fire at them for no apparent reason.
If you do not use your full personal allowance and are not entitled to married couple's allowance, you can apply to transfer PS1,250 of your personal allowance to your spouse or civil partner - provided they do not pay tax at the higher rate or above.
You might be eligible for this if: you're married, or in a civil partnership and are not in receipt of Married Couple's Allowance one of you earns less than the Personal Allowance so is not liable to tax or liable to tax at the higher or additional rates.
But if your estate includes your property, you can pass on an additional PS150,000 per person, meaning a married couple could pass on PS950,000 this year, provided the property is going to their children or grandchildren.
The Government has proposed a 'home sweet home' loan scheme for young, newly married couples.
In an effort to curb escalating divorce rate, a married couple of social workers has established a marriage support group in Semotswane to promote healthy relationships in the community.
So while most newly married couples will spend years in high rental property, this newly married couple will have their new house as a gift.
FILE - A married couple in Beni Suef cast their ballots in the Presidential CAIRO -- 27 March 2018: On their wedding day, several couples across Egypt made it to the polling stations to cast their ballots as they have got another good reason to celebrate.
"When family finances are so tight, I would encourage every married couple to check if they might be eligible." A Government spokesman said: "Applications have increased and the application process is easy."
Royal London said the system was still largely based around people who are either single and living alone or living as a married couple.
Royal London said the system is still largely based around people who are either single and living alone or living as a married couple.
That's because people your age are entitled to a more generous tax break called the married couple's allowance (I suspect it's what you mean by the 'normal marriage allowance') which reduces your tax bill by up to PS800 a year, and you can't have both allowances.