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Synonyms for solemnization

the public performance of a sacrament or solemn ceremony with all appropriate ritual

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27) State marriage statutes prescribing methods of matrimonial solemnization and celebration, therefore, were not mandatory; they were "merely directory, [and not] destructive of the common-law right to form a marriage relation by words of present assent.
In the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, the rite for the Solemnization of Holy Matrimony does not refer to marriage as a sacrament.
The proposed "marriage conscience protection" would allow "individuals and small businesses" to refuse to "(A) provide goods or services that assist or promote the solemnization or celebration of any marriage, or provide counseling or other services that directly facilitate the perpetuation of any marriage; or (B) provide benefits to any spouse of an employee," and would allow "religious organizations" to refuse to "treat as valid any marriage.
To the extent that the Policy interferes with a citizenship judge's duty to allow candidates for citizenship the greatest possible freedom in the solemnization or the solemn affirmation of the oath, it is unlawful," he wrote.
SWABI -- A 22 years old boy killed a bridegroom and a child and committed suicide on the spot while three other people seriously injured when he opened fire over married girl after the solemnization of the nikkah in one of the locality of proper Swabi city here late night, said police.
failed I've returned to this solemnization because I lose all patience with the Poppy Police, who creep out in mid-October to persecute those, like me, who recall the war dead in faith-based style - they want to string-up those they mistakenly believe are Remembrance Sunday's non-observers.
KARACHI -- For restraining the solemnization of child marriages , Sindh Governor Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan ascended Sindh Child Marriages Restraint Act- 2013 ; to be effective immediately.
He or she can only do so by using words--words that then require solemnization in some more elaborate way.
She told that main reason of contention was that brother of the victim mentioned gold ornaments in marriage papers that were to be paid by husband to wife at time of marriage solemnization.
solemnization or celebration" of any marriage--for example, by hosting the wedding reception--when doing so would violate their religious tenets.
9, 2001) ("Applying these principles, we hold that the purported marriage, deficient for want of due solemnization, was voidable rather than void, insofar as the latter term may imply an absolute nullity.
896) Without any citations, he characterizes the "consent-based" vision, dominant in "the popular understanding of the institution," as viewing marriage as "the solemnization of mutual commitment marked by strong emotional attachment and sexual attraction--between two persons," where "gender differentiation is not relevant.
In his guidelines, Cowan emphasized that a blessing should not be construed as a solemnization of matrimony in the church.
These have jurisdiction to perform the registration of marriage if either of the persons intending to marry is domiciled in Lithuania or is a Lithuanian citizen at the time of solemnization of the marriage.
solemnization of their independence would help Palestinians pursue negotiations with Israel, which in turn could produce an "extra agreement that we put an end to the conflict," Abbas told Channel Two.