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marriage

The legal joining of two adults.
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Lazo, a School Committee member, said finishing the work has been the longest journey of his life, besides 25 years of marraige.
Furious Mr Norris, who has a long-time campaigner for gay rights said: "His comments showed an arrogant, threatening and legalistic tone as the cardinal allied himself with Karl Rove, George Bush, Robert Mugabe and Ian Paisley." He claimed Cardinal Brady's stance on gay marraige would further alienate young people from the church.
Bad luck and poor judgment have played their part in her demise and her marraige to Mark Croft is far from love's young dream.
Yes, yes, we know it's old hat--but a very big, belated congrats to pioneers Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, who were the lucky first couple to wed in San Francisco under California's new legalization of same-sex marraige. For those of you who also tied the knot, we wish you many happy years together.
(8) Wagner, G., Mustafa, M., Faatz, M., and Gorna, K., "Polymers and Inorganics: A Happy Marraige?" Macromolecular Research, Vol.
Rachel and Neil Entwistle sharing happier times with baby Lillian.' HAPPY...Neil and Rachel Entwistle are all smiles early in their marraige.' DAD'S GIRL ...Lillian gets a hug and lift from dad Neil.' HOME ...the Boston house where the couple were found dead
The warning comes just days after activists forced a young couple to abandon their lavish marraige by forcibly snatching the Guru Granth Sahib.
'I was obviously distraught when the marraige failed.