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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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Instinctively, we are aware of the links between youths running away in general and youths eloping from out-of-home care.
Take that and place two women playing that part and it still has the same effect, because two women are eloping and going against society and saying 'I love this other woman.
At this time he would have been known as a man who had, some nine years before, dashed a promising courtly career by eloping with the niece of his employer, Sir Thomas Egerton.
A safe haven -- which can be an enclosed courtyard of fenced-in area -- is a less restrictive means of keeping residents from eloping from the facility.
com/PanasheTangai/status/887670792653332480) another person tweeted  commenting on the rumors of the pair eloping.
Summary: Meeting attended by dozens of villagers also agreed to punish those caught eloping
A 20- YEAR- OLD man killed his wife after realising that he had brought shame to his family by eloping with the girl he loved and marrying her.
But the strangest part of this scenario is eloping of married women to their friends and announce of marriage.