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matrimony

a. a card game in which the king and queen together are a winning combination
b. such a combination
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Speaking on the importance of Matrimony Day, Murugavel Janakiraman, Founder and CEO - Matrimony.
Judge Dennis Jacobs drew a distinction between civil marriages and "holy matrimony.
Considering the variety of devices and the browser mix in use, Vivaah has designed its mobile matrimony website (m.
The online matrimony market is expected to be worth $63 million (Dh231.
The Reverend Alex Brown, 60, was charged with conspiring to facilitate unlawful entry and with solemnising a marriage according to the rights of the Church of England without banns of matrimony being duly published.
A "Rockin Reverend" who oversees matters of matrimony as Elvis Presley married his own long-time love yesterday by recreating the wedding scene from Blue Hawaii.
However, Chris has a few secrets, and these past events certainly make his fear of matrimony - and a tragic interest in girls in their early 20s - rather less pathetic.
And on Friday, February 8, the dresses will go on display in the church during a week dedicated to matrimony.
They're country cornball on Pretend Love, a song which reeks of Elvis in Nashville, but all-out rock 'n' roll for the unholy Matrimony.
Bedard that matrimony should be delayed until the pastor has a degree of certainty about a couple's readiness to celebrate the sacrament.
WITH GREAT trepidation and a roar of religious mumbo jumbo, many Saudis are opting for a matrimonial loophole known as the misyar (or "visit") marriage, a form of clandestine matrimony in which the woman gives up any spousal rights and stays in her own residence, the man visits her for sex, and after a while the union is dissolved by a divorce.
The picture from the soap suggests unlucky-in-love Ian Beale is in for another disastrous stab at matrimony.