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Marriage

A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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The priest speaking with newsmen on Saturday during the marriage matrimony of 83 couples in commemoration of his 10th priestly anniversary in St Patrick Catholic Church, Akwanga, Akwanga Local Government Area of the State, said the gesture was extended to those who have reached the marriageable age to enable them to receive the sacrament of holy matrimony.
Summary: Cyberabad (Telangana) [India], Dec 13 (ANI): The Cyberabad Police on Tuesday arrested an online matrimony fraudster from here.
With an objective of creating a marriage platform for prospective brides and grooms, Coimbatore Brahmana Mahasabha and Ayyappan Puja Sangham in association with Sri Sankara Matrimony is organizing a 'Mega Matrimony Meet' for Brahmin Community on 3rd December-2017 at Coimbatore.
A section of the media in Pakistan has been reporting that PTI leader Imran Khan is on the road to holy matrimony - again.
has entered into a strategic partnership with Matrimony Bazaar (a division of Matrimony.
They're finding that legal matrimony doesn't always lead to citizenship.
However, former Constitutional Court president, Carlos Gaviria, said that while the contract that Judge Carmen Lucia Rodriguez sanctioned between Rivera and Ruiz is a kind of civil matrimony, it cannot legally be called marriage.
Tapping into the needs of this market, BharatMatrimony recently launched 'Online Matrimony Directory', an exhaustive listing of over 50,000 wedding vendors across 20 categories in India, to aid for the arrangements on the special day.
A federal appeals court has struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), noting that American law recognizes a distinction between civil marriage and "holy matrimony.
It is then followed by an overview of the online matrimony market along with its market size and certain other inputs about the market.
In every respect, The World Without You marks an advance on Henkin's previous book, Matrimony, which came out in 2007.
Summary: A controversial church has held a mass wedding in South Korea, uniting over 5,200 couples in matrimony, or re-affirming their vows.