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marriage

The legal joining of two adults.
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The issue of widow remarriage was last discussed around a decade back in the serial Kumkum , which featured Juhi Parmar ( this year's Bigg Boss winner) as a woman who is forced to marry her dead husband's younger brother.
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And while the numbers of couples choosing to marry in the UK are falling, the numbers of remarriages are on the increase.
Some schools of interpretation, or branches of Christianity, continue this interpretation to this day, while other branches of Christianity have recognized divorce and will permit remarriage within the Church.
More helpful, however, are Rhu's recontextualizations of Cavell's thoughts on remarriage in the chapter, "Reading Cavell Reading The Winter's Tale," in which the themes of transformation, marriage and reunion in Shakespeare's play are used to articulate Cavell's thoughts on the Fall and human development, and vice versa.
So, it could be argued, even though God prohibits remarriage as he does same-sex sexual acts, since he nonetheless blesses some of the former, could we not suppose he might bless some of the latter?
Later in the same passage, however, he bemoans the weakness of the flesh, lamenting his mother's too-hasty remarriage after the death of his father.
She was Julie Emery when she joined the Midlands track from British Airways, but has reverted to her maiden name following her former husband's remarriage.
The one-year application period does not apply to other surviving spouses whose remarriage on or after attaining age 57 followed enactment of the law.
Previously the only remedy for a failed marriage was a ruling by an ecclesiastical court granting a legal separation without remarriage.
Such relationships sometimes include domestic violence, which can make remarriage a dangerous step - one even the couple's children oppose.
Along with the flood of mixed emotions from her father's remarriage came an even bigger challenge for 11-year-old Brittany--a new family.