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marriage

The legal joining of two adults.
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on Thursday, moving a step closer to ending the 43-year reign of the savings and loan's folksy co-chief executives, Herb and Marion Sandler -- the only married couple running a Fortune 500 business.
He hoped Pat and Patty would be the first modern married couple to be canonized.
Right after the state supreme court ruling in favor of marriage equality, Caritas dumped an insurance plan that would have covered all married couples in favor of a self-insurance plan that allows discrimination.
In the current tax year a married couple would receive a pension of pounds 5,610 while two single people would receive two times pounds 3,510, or pounds 7,020.
This feature allows an IRA rollover to be converted into a variable annuity that can generate an income stream that is fully guaranteed for the joint lifetime of a married couple.
The average married couple is now paying pounds 1,550 a year more in living costs than in 2002, it is reported today.
Kevin and Michelle Baker, of Thorpe Marriott, near Norwich, had hoped to spend their first night as a married couple in a four-poster bed.
26, "the usual case was that practically all the wealth of the married couple was the property of the husband.
A nondeductible contribution of up to $4,000 for a married couple filing jointly ($2,000 for individual filers) would be allowed annually.
Census Bureau released today new statistics on same-sex married couple and unmarried partner households.
If one half of a married couple dies, the survivor will receive benefits from their partner's pension fund.