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Elopement

Carker, James
with Dombey’s wife. [Br. Lit.: Dombey and Son]
Leonora
with Alvaro, rejected as suitor by her father. [Ital. Opera: Verdi, La Forza del Destino, Westerman, 315–317]
Little Emily
with Steerforth, although engaged to Ham. [Br. Lit.: David Copperfield]
Madeline
with Porphyro, who appears in dream. [Br. Lit.: “The Eve of St. Agnes” in Magill I, 263–264]
Wardle, Rachel
elopes with the imposter Alfred Jingle. [Br. Lit.: Dickens Pickwick Papers]
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Since the launch of IAN, we have heard from families of children with autism that their children often place themselves in danger by wandering or eloping," says Dr.
Both Jen and Justin want a private and intimate wedding, and they love the idea of eloping and marrying abroad," a source said.
I'm told: "Both Jen and Justin want a private and intimate wedding, and they love the idea of eloping and marrying abroad.
TWO Muslim mothers in a northern Indian town have been arrested over allegations they killed their daughters for dishonouring the family by eloping with Hindu men.
But the strangest part of this scenario is eloping of married women to their friends and announce of marriage.
When children are known risks for eloping, a court may find that is the legal duty of the caregiver to take all prudent means to take appropriate preventative measures.
The 1890 work by Wilson Hepple shows John Scott eloping with Bessie Surtees in 1772.
Neither her position nor her husband and daughter can deter her from eloping and yielding to her destiny.
The Shakespeare comedy follows the eloping Hermia and Lysander, Demetrius and his spurned Helena and a band of rustics who get caught in the crossfire of the feuding Titania and Oberon, the Fairy King and Queen of the forest.