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wife

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a woman who has recently been married

a woman participant in her own marriage ceremony

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The downside, however, is that the mountains have been denuded, and the Bridal Veil Falls is only a sliver of what it was before.
Her garter was hand-sewn by Cynthia Hanks Robinson using the lace and seed pearls from the groom's mother's bridal veil. She carried a traditional hand-tied bouquet of Juliet garden roses, parrot and double tulips, white scabiosa, astilbe, astrantia, orange and coral dahlias, scabiosa pods, dusty miller, and seeded eucalyptus.
The Veil Nebula itself is so diverse in its various sections that its components have been rewarded with a whole slew (or rather bouquet) of names: the Filamentary, Cirrus, Network, Lacework, and Bridal Veil nebulae.
History books offer tales of Niagara's curious early visitors, often depicted wearing one of two things: a bridal veil or a barrel.
A five-km long bridal veil, launched on the opening day the Perfect Wedding Show in Sharjah, has entered the Guinness Book of World Records after breaking the record held by a Lebanese designer's 3.3-km veil.
William Herschel discovered the nebula in 1784, but I have been unable to find out who coined the name 'The Veil Nebula', though some use the name 'The Bridal Veil Nebula'--I suppose alluding to the wispy nature of the loop of nebulosity.
Lying behind Bridal Veil Falls--the smallest of the three waterfalls at Niagara- the Cave of the Winds was a popular tourist attraction during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Horseshoe Falls, on the Canadian side of the river, is the tallest of the three main falls, higher than the American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls.
The setting was truly idyllic: A 15-minute hike took me through untouched forest to the lovely Bridal Veil Falls, amid the calm stillness of nature and early morning bird calls, during a recent trip to New Zealand.
Bridal Veil and American Falls, also known as Rainbow Falls, are situated in the United States.
He defined the bridal veil as the silk lines deposited by males over females during courtship or copulation.
Bridal Veil Falls, and, serene, contemplative Almost, a view of Lake
Script's narrative links are as flimsy as a bridal veil, including how and why Elica ends up in a scenic Sicilian town as the guest of professional wedding vidmaker Enzo Baiocco (Bruno Cariello, likable) and his sultry wife (Simona Nobili).
Some of the background shots are notable places in Northern Ontario, such as the Cup and Saucer hiking Trail landmark on Manitoulin Island and the Agawa Canyon and its Bridal Veil Falls, as well as some locations in Sudbury.
Greenberg, translated by Harold Schimmel; "Bridal Veil," by Amalia Kahana-Carmon, translated by Raya and Nimrod Jones; and "Hovering at a Low Altitude," by Dahlia Ravikovitch, translated by Chana and Ariel Bloch.