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marriage

The legal joining of two adults.
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Tanya McCloskey, aged 52 and Marcia Kadish, aged 56, of the Boston suburb of Malden, went at a breakneck pace to fill out paperwork, get a waiver from the usual three-day waiting period, then return to the Cambridge City Hall -where they got their marriage licence and exchanged vows.
Archdeacon Huskins responded, "Provincial law says that a minister of religion can have a civil marriage licence provided they are also able to perform marriages within their denominations.
Lagges says he has seen cases where people "go through the motions of the marriage ceremony, but to them the marriage licence is nothing more than a piece of paper.
The pair apparently wed in Las Vegas, but a tweet from the account for Clark County Nevada - where the city is situated - claims they have no record of a marriage licence for the couple.
They had previously sparked rumours of having their big day at the weekend after they were seen picking up a marriage licence in Beverly Hills.