"A genuine wife and a genuinely, respectably, marital relation
. He told me that after his interview at the Embassy he would have thrown everything up, would have tried to sell his shop, and leave the country, only he felt certain that his wife would not even hear of going abroad.
In fact, we want to answers to the question that whether the content of the movies presented at Iran cinema during 2001 focused on strengthening marital relations
or lead to weakening them.
If such a problem, which has been uncovered in Riyadh, gets serious attention, this may mark a turning point in the future of social relationships and marital relations
in particular." Such forms of verbal abuse are often accompanied with the threats of physical abuse or even death threats.
These include not engaging in marital relations
, not using cologne or bath with scented soaps and not fighting or arguing.
Supporters of this Bill talk of equality for homosexual acts within marital relations
, the homosexual movement keeps insisting on respect for "diversity".
"Early marriage, marital relations
and intimate partner violence in Ethiopia," International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 39(1): 6-13.
Hence, besides debarring a few specified relatives from entering into matrimony with one another, it has legalized marital relations
with all other near and distant kith and kin.
"In any case, a sister must submit to the way they [the MB] interpret Islamic jurisprudence without any argument, that's how marital relations
are reduced to one negative concept, which is the woman's obedience to her husband, whether he is good or bad," El-Baz wrote quoting Abdel Moneim.
Scott Fitzgerald's "Bernice Bobs Her Haft," Glaspell uses the shock value of women cutting their hair to symbolize and illustrate the complexities of personal politics and marital relations
So I've decided that, for the sake of my Saturday night take away, my marital relations
and my under-eye tautness, I'm going to switch it off.
Thus, instead of patriarchal families, we find a highly individualized society wherein marital relations
were independent of clan relations; a highly monetary society wherein women could earn a living and own property; a mobile society wherein divorce, migration, and remarriage were common; and an equalitarian society in terms of marital bargaining.
Authors Alison Vale and Allison Rattle have brought together the aesthetic in the chapter "How to enhance the profile of your nose", the practical in "How to avoid the parental consequences of marital relations
" and the supernatural in "How to identify a witch".