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Matchmaker

A language for specifying and automating the generation of multi-lingual interprocess communication interfaces. MIG is an implementation of a subset of Matchmaker.
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Salon Matchmakers is removing the frustration and streamlining the process by providing a premier salon and spa hiring solution for the industry free of charge .
Some other matchmakers were found to be holding forged licenses with fake stamps of the Justice Ministry although the ministry does not issue this kind of licenses, sources said, adding that such cases triggered the authorities to move and take measures to protect the public from such actions.
Our matchmakers do a fantastic job in communicating with their clients regularly and this will help bridge us that much closer.
Summary: A woman who posed as a matchmaker to swindle money out of women who were desperate to get married, has been referred by the Public Prosecution to the Court of Misdemeanors on a fraud charge on which she was found guilty.
This shopping-list mentality, coupled with the relentless opportunity for new dates online, is turning dates into job interviews, the matchmakers warn.
Other matchmakers in Sholem Aleichem do any 'fixer' type work (See Malamud's novel, The Fixer).
Facts reveal that matchmakers seek maximum money from middle class families and overseas Pakistanis, who come here to get their offspring married here.
One of the great things about Matchmakers was that they were so slim, you could slip one out of the box without a parent noticing.
When successful matches were made, the matchmakers collected their commission off the top of the generous dowries paid by the brides' families.
The delicious new cookie marries BakeMark's premium quality, American-style, soft-bake texture with immediately recognisable crunchy Quality Street Matchmakers pieces.
Famous after-dinner chocolates Matchmakers will now be made on Tyneside as part of the Nestle shake-up.
Regina Reynante, a matchmaker with Marriage Minded Introductions in Van Nuys and among five generations of matchmakers dating from 19th-century Russia, agreed.