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marital

/mar·i·tal/ (mar´ĭ-t'l) of or pertaining to marriage.

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Table 6-2: Food Retail Mobile App Advertising Features: Usage and Usage Interest: Generation by Age, Marital Status/Children and Income, 2015
In the 172nd Law Commission did not recommend criminalisation of marital rape by amending the exception to Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code and hence there is no proposal to bring any amendment to the IPC in this regard at present, Chaudhary said.
As it has been demonstrated in table 1, the average and standard deviation for marital satisfaction were 101.
To investigate the relationship between a dependent variable of marital Level of satisfaction (measured at a distance) and variables that measure is nominally planar surface, such as occupational groups (employed women and housewives), was used independent t-test.
The editorial also questioned how Modi's marital matter will solve issues of price rise and corruption.
The results showed those with higher marital conflict were more likely to report poor health.
This principle provides that equitable distribution of marital assets should take into account the active appreciation of a nonmarital asset during the marriage.
The Tax Court recently decided that the Turner estate could not increase its marital deduction for the FLP interests brought back into the estate under Sec.
Inclusion criteria: To be included in the review, the selected articles had to meet the following criteria: (1) Peer-reviewed articles published in English between 1990 and 2011; (2) The primary or secondary objective was to assess marital relationship in the context of infertility; (3) The study participants comprised of infertile individuals, or infertile couples comprised infertile subjects and their partners.
But a section of an anti-domestic violence law that would criminalize marital rape has been removed by the parliamentary subcommittee that is currently studying and amending it.
Although the criminal justice system could punish a man who forced a woman to have nonconsensual sexual intercourse, marriage served as an absolute defense to rape, and a marital rape exemption existed in the statutory laws of every state.
This article examines the marital relationships of 22 couples who adopted children from the child welfare system.