intermarriage


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Synonyms for intermarriage

marriage to a person belonging to a tribe or group other than your own as required by custom or law

marriage within one's own tribe or group as required by custom or law

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Interfaith and interracial marriages have more than doubled in the United States in the last several decades, according to the Pew Forum's 2012 study of "The Rise of Intermarriage," and interfaith marriages of American Jews have been in the forefront of these changes.
Our goal in this paper is to provide a long view of trends and patterns of ethno-religious intermarriage in the Province of Quebec as an indication of how minorities have integrated.
Vincent and his team analyzed the genes of two families with intermarriage, one Austrian and one Pakistani, and identified a disruption in the METTL23 gene linked to mild recessive intellectual disability.
His topics include the Sephardic halakhic ethos according to Iraqi rabbinic leaders, conservatism as a core cultural-religious value among rabbinic scholars of Aleppo in the modern era, the Arabic language and Oriental culture through the eyes of rabbi Israel Moshe Hazan, and Rabbanite-Karaite intermarriage in 20th-century Egyptian halakha.
The intermarriage of competing rival family lines in this way gives an heir the strongest rightful claim under the very rules David Cameron wishes to scrap.
Secularism, small families and intermarriage are taking their tolls.
The Torah contains specific prohibitions of[begin strikethrough]on[end strikethrough] intermarriage between Israelites and Amorites, Canaanites, Hittites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites (Ex.
The intermarriage rate for all married couples remains 22 percent, identical to 2002.
English gangs, Irish gangs and, as intermarriage was common, Anglo-Irish gangs.
If you factor in intermarriage, the risk of heart disease goes up significantly," the Pakistani-American specialist said.
Intermarriage is the only way Zoroastrians, members of the world's oldest surviving monotheistic religion, can survive, a prominent community member from Iran told a convention of Zoroastrians meeting in Houston recently.
Nowadays it is so unremarkable that even the word sounds dated, and the most socially charged sorts of intermarriage are now commonplace.
He is part of the Lehava organization, which reportedly seeks to prevent intermarriage in Jewish communities.
While hundreds of couples without a religion are expected to take advantage of the new law, it does not provide a solution for intermarriage or couples where one partner has an identifiable religion and the other does not.
Intermarriage Rates, by Race and Ethnicity % of newlyweds in 2008 who married someone of a different race/ethnicity WHITE 8.