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Marriage

A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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First, the existence of heterogeneity among older widows in attitudes towards men and remarriage will be determined.
remarriage of widows, non-consensual, indissoluble, early marriage for girls were reinterpreted as signs of great oppression, the Hindu home and the family were recast as primary sites for the practice of oppression.
This is consistent with the negative impact of a woman's own employment on remarriage discussed below.
Perhaps church teaching on divorce and remarriage encourage cohabitation.
The two men had raised the court challenge against the church's decision to block their remarriage.
Not too surprisingly, the man who wrote, "Nothing that happens after we are 12 matters very much," made a perfectly useless husband in one of the most under-attended marriages on record, eventually driving his neglected and childless wife to adultery, divorce and remarriage.
Topics discussed include dealing with sexual needs after becoming a widow or widower late in life; perceptions of remarriage among older people in Singapore; attitudes and dilemmas concerning the search for a new partner; and more.
sets the tone for a thorough investigation of biblical texts, rabbinic literature, and a multitude of original documents ranging from ancient Near East marriage contracts to the works of the early Church Fathers, which shed light on how a first-century reader would have understood the New Testament teachings on divorce and remarriage.
The course is designed to tackle issues that face parents and children in divorce and remarriage.
Key passages in Paul's letter to Timothy were called into service on the question and remarriage was discouraged, particularly by Jerome, who saw the very act as sexually motivated and instead recommended avoiding public places and men in general.
36--Would provide that remarriage of the surviving spouse after age 55 of a deceased veteran shall not result in termination of dependency and indemnity compensation otherwise payable to that surviving spouse.