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someone who arranges (or tries to arrange) marriages for others

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We will make Salon Matchmakers the number 1 job site for the industry, where job seekers, including beauty school students, will find their best career opportunities and salons will find their best candidates," said founder Eden Sassoon, principal driver of Salon Matchmakers' public relations and marketing team, salon owner, and daughter of the legendary beauty icon, Vidal Sassoon.
A committee that had been formed in coordination between the Ministries of Justice, Interior and Social Affairs has assigned the Ministry of Social Affairs with the task of studying the matchmaker issue and come up with necessary procedures to streamline this profession.
Gayquation limits their matchmakers to a specific number of clients in order to ensure a high level of personal attention.
The investigation, which was carried out by senior prosecutor Mohammed Abdel Aziz Al Omar, showed that the defendant posed as a matchmaker and pretended that she was running a professional business to all those among her contacts who were looking to get married.
Daters are also caught up in a Hollywood view of the way romance should work, the matchmakers say, they believe prince or princess perfect will come along, sparks will fly and they'll fall in love straight away.
For Yankel shares another trait with matchmakers in Jewish literature.
These ingenious matchmakers exploit such people to the hilt," lamented a victim of a matchmaker.
I feel a bit ashamed at that state of affairs now, though in my defence, those Matchmakers were absolutely irresist ible.
To guarantee a sweet reception, each case of the new cookies contains 32 free Quality Street Matchmakers Cookie bags, branded with the new Quality Street Matchmakers logo.
Household name Matchmakers will now be made at the Rowntree factory in Fawdon, Newcastle, which is owned by Nestle.
It all depends on the age of the prospect, said Reynante, whose office contains three generations of matchmakers with three decades of experience in hooking up San Fernando Valley clients.
net featuring Nestle's new flavours of Matchmakers and is intended to encourage more people to buy the new Juicy Orange, Sizzling Strawberry and Cool Mint flavours of the crunchy sticks chocolate.
The plan goes like this: Selected trainees will receive eight months of intensive training in technology and Japanese language in several Korean universities; after completing the courses, they will be interviewed by Japanese firms with the help of Japanese matchmakers; those who are selected will then be contracted to the matchmakers and outsourced to firms in Japan.
The relationship will allow the two companies to coordinate styles of faucets with light fixtures under the brand name of Matchmakers by CheckOLite and Price Pfister.
Introduction to the Matrimonial Matchmaking Market - Booming Matrimony Market - The India Factor - Need for Intelligent Matchmakers - Market Positioning - Dating or Matrimony - Market Drivers - Market Restraints - Industry Overview for Online Matchmakers 4.