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She told NAN that she grew up in a home where it was the social norm to finish school, find a job, get married and have kids.
She added, 'I don't need to clarify [with Ellen] because I know if they're going to get married, they're going to call us.
Going to court for permission to get married is unnecessary because judges are not concerned with medical affairs that are top secret and have no right to stop anyone getting married.
Being a witness to what most of my married friends are going through, I totally opt to continue my studies rather that get married early.
KABUL (PAN): Raveel, a 23-year-old who got married between Eidul Fitr and Eidul Adha last year, said: "People say it is not good to get married between those holidays, but I feel myself fortunate and have no problem.
Khaled stressed that he does not intend to get married again in the near future, and denies accusations that the failure of his first marriage has caused him psychological problems.
They will get married a week before her birthday, surrounded by family.
A welsh couple with royal connections will get married on the same day as Charles and Camilla.
This guide starts with a chapter on planning to help you make the decision to get married abroad and includes a questionnaire to determine your ideal destination.
Thomas Cook has recently increased its wedding programme for 2003 to accommodate a 28pc rise in the number of couples booking to get married in foreign climes.
7), Thursday's event, touted as ``Wedding vows taken to the X-treme,'' featured five couples who won a chance to get married on X.
Tell her that you would be happy to get married in a register office with beans on toast all round in a nearby 'caff': to which she will be cordially invited, of course.
While the percentage of men who thought it was all right for a couple to live together without intending to get married increased from 62 per cent to 67 pc between 1994 and 1998, the figure for women over the same period fell from 67 pc to 59 pc.
While the percentage of men who thought it was all right for a couple to live together without intending to get married increased from 62 per cent to 67 per cent between 1994 and 1998, the figure for women fell from 67 per cent to 59 per cent.