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honeymoon

1. A disease remission, used esp. to describe the brief period after the diagnosis of type 1 diabetes mellitus during which no insulin therapy is required.
2. A period of celebration, travel, or increased sexual activity after a wedding.
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The City Council approved on first reading an ordinance authored by Councilor Leandro Yangot, Jr., stated all hotels will be required to prepare a honeymooner's wedding package to those who decide to be wed in the city and avail of their hotel facilities or services.
"The family buy it for the honeymooners and provide them with a nice arrangement where they can fly a certain number of hours to whatever destination they select," NasJet CEO Ghassan Hamdan told 7DAYS at private aviation showcase MEBA 2012 on Wednesday.
FOR honeymooners seeking something out of the ordinary, a new week-long package at the Phoenicia Hotel in Valletta offers a perfect combination of cultural discovery and indulgent relaxation.
Fury erupted in the courtroom after defence lawyers asked lurid questions about a sex manual the honeymooners had in their luggage.
The Indian Ocean nation is a popular destination for wealthy honeymooners and celebrities where luxury rooms can cost up to $12,000 a day.
Earlier this month, an inquest in Swansea recorded a verdict of unlawful killing on the honeymooners, shot in their hotel chalet in Antigua on the last day of their Caribbean holiday.
The archipelago of 115 sand-fringed islands in the Indian Ocean has long been a popular destination for tourists - and particularly honeymooners.
Its white sandy beaches, clam turquoise seas in nearly 200 islands scattered across the Indian Ocean are magnet to celebrities and honeymooners, world over.
David Sterritt, The Honeymooners. Wayne State University Press, 2009.
Murder Myster y is a whodunit about bickering honeymooners from New Yor k 's Br o ok l y n who unwittingly become fugitives in Europe after they witness a murder.
Summary: ABU DHABI - With the Bride Show in full swing in the national capital, Asian tourism industry is trying its best to lure honeymooners, newlyweds and would-be-newlyweds.
TWO men charged with the murders of British honeymooners Ben and Catherine Mullany in Antigua appeared in court.