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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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"For the first time ever in America, top matchmakers will donate their services to romantic eligibles seeking love at a giant event," says Rich Gosse, Chairman of The Society of Single Professionals.
Often known for their notoriously callous ways, these matchmakers follow a typical process requiring their clients to fill a form stating their age, height, education, complexion, number of siblings, father's profession, their own profession, size of house, caste, sect etc.
Stories of exploitation and cheating of people by these fake matchmakers have become daily business.
The matchmakers took Farooq to a house in a village near Bhara Kahu where the girl's family apparently lived.
"I just wish the matchmakers, or whoever put us together as matches, would at least give us two or three sentence explanations of each match because a lot of them don't make sense," Evan (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKFcC4SA9DM) said .
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A woman is accused of posing as a matchmaker to swindle money out of women hoping to find a husband.
The local council of Beit El has come up with an original way to deal with the bachelorhood issue in the community: The council has begun employing matchmakers to help single women start a family in Israel.
The committee said that issuing licenses to matchmakers was suggested after it was found that some matchmakers are manipulating the public, citing cases where a woman was found to be married twice to two different husbands by a matchmaker.
"Matchmakers are very important to us," said Susan King executive administrator of supplier diversity for BAE's Electronic Systems, which is headquartered in Nashua.
The Chief Prosecutor advised the women, who are looking to get married, to be careful and not be lured by such fraudulent matchmakers. He warned that such fraudsters cash in on a persons marriage dreams, then trick them into paying money for their 'service'.
These ingenious matchmakers exploit such people to the hilt," lamented a victim of a matchmaker."I submitted Rs 5,000 registration fee with a marriage bureau and they promised to find an excellent match for my daughter.