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

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gender, marital status and employment status) were assessed by using Chi square test of association.
However, other demographic characteristics such as race or marital status among these high-risk men were unrelated to OS.
Although the brackets and standard deduction are higher for MFJ, a couple with children that has an ambiguous marital status is likely better off filing separate, nonmarried returns because of the higher bracket thresholds for heads of households.
Indian nationals are advised to keep updated personal information, including marital status, in their passports to avoid any inconvenience, the press release said.
To better understand how sexual orientation discrimination and marital status discrimination intersect, it is helpful first to provide some context and answer some basic overarching questions.
Thus marital status is a risk factor for mental disorder in unmarried men and women and a predictor of better mental health for married men and women (Mastekaasa, 1992)
Regardless of their marital status, Democrats do very well among nonwhite Americans.
Ethnic differences in maternal birthplace and marital status may explain most of the established association between Arab ethnicity and a reduced risk of preterm birth, according to a Michigan study of all births over the period 2000-2005.
The study also aimed to know the different degrees of superstitious beliefs among those women according to variables: (age, marital status, place of birth, educational level, and the professional group).
Shepard surveys the various expectations and experiences of men from youth to old age, indicating that differences between men were explained in environmental as well as moral terms, and that the full expression of manhood was conditioned by age, marital status, and behavior.
and ensure that every employee, volunteer and student in the workplace and school setting is free from harassment based on age, family status, marital status, disability, sex, sexual orientation, record of offense or employment status.
They also recorded each child's birthweight and other measurements and assessed each mother's exposure to lead and secondhand smoke, her marital status, and other factors that can affect a child's development.