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gamophobia.

marriage

The legal joining of two adults.
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(14) These new sources make it possible to reassess the knowledge about divorce and remarriage practices in early modern Russia.
(1.) de Walque D and Kline R, The association between remarriage and HIV infection in 13 Sub-Saharan African countries, Studies in Family Planning, 2012, 43(1):1-10.
81 pages in length, Biblical Misconceptions About Divorce and Remarriage: Shooting the Church's Wounded is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the family and relationships, divorce and separation category.
In further chapters such as "Remarriage" "Blended Families" and "Teenagers: A Special Case" Wooding warns newly married parents that family life won't be all sunshine.
But for the second time around, the saying should probably be "love and remarriage go together like advice and life insurance."
Presenting the court opinion, Justice Rosalie Abella wrote, "Recognizing the enforceability by civil courts of agreements to discourage religious barriers to remarriage, addresses the gender discrimination those barriers may represent and alleviates the effects they may have on extracting unfair concessions in a civil divorce.
The book reviews that follow, addressing divorce, remarriage of a parent, death of a parent, terminal illness, being an only child, separation from loved ones, the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, and developing friendships, are those written by these college students.
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.
SPOUSAL maintenance ceases automatically on remarriage - this does not apply to maintenance paid for the benefit of children, though, and this continues to be payable regardless of remarriage.
Presenting testimony both from children affected by divorce or remarriage, and from experts on how best to help children deal with grief or anger, and how to make the adjustments to a new way of living.
The Jew-Sissy's failure of self-control also motivates his attitude to divorce, which he sees as facilitating remarriage rather than (Christian, masculine) abstinence: by making Dalila Samson's wife in Samson Agonistes, Milton allows us to contrast Samson's first divorce, with its Jew-Sissy aim of remarriage to Dalila, with his second, which is a proto-Christian renunciation of sexuality.
Adultery in the narrow form of interpretation refers to sexual activity with another person's spouse, but in the broad term can refer to sexual activity with another person after divorce from one's spouse, which would prevent remarriage within the Buddhist tradition.