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tie the knot

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to join or be joined in marriage

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One of the victims said that the accused used to behave like a man and had also threatened to kill her after marrying another woman.
The government also forbids Omani men from marrying a foreign woman if he is still married to a local woman, unless his wife cannot fulfil her marriage obligations, the source said.
That's not to say the husbands were in full control either: In ancient Rome, married sons and daughters both lived under control of the patriarch until his death, and ancient civilizations more generally regarded marital decisions as far too important to be left to the whims of the marrying couple.
A rally in Boston on May 17 linked the marrying of same sex couples to the commemoration of the Brown decision.
We can't preserve marriage's mystique if marrying is just one of many arrangements people make to express their fondness for each other or to link their bank accounts.
In general, only those with existing fortunes could extend their wealth by marrying women from even more affluent families.
The two books under review here, Courtship and Constraint and The Marrying of Anne of Cleves, both demonstrate the serious scholarship and new insights into this growing field.
Most of us insist on marrying potential soul mates and, of course, divorcing them when our souls begin to flutter apart.
While the policy may place increased economic burdens on certain city employees who wish to marry each other, the policy does not forbid them from marrying. Since the policy does not directly and substantially interfere with the fundamental right to marry, it is subject to rational basis scrutiny rather than strict scrutiny.
With the RRA's reinstatement of the marriage penalty, taxpayers may want to consider their options before marrying. Unmarried taxpayers who are cohabiting should review the tax consequences of their arrangement.
"I never thought that I would end up marrying 14 times, but I did because I deeply wanted a baby.
After New Paltz, N.Y., mayor Jason West was arrested last March for marrying same-sex couples two ministers from the Unitarian Universalist Association decided to pick up his crusade.
Yet one may counter that having multiple spouses is the polygamist's first choice--or that, as Posner notes in his review of Gerstmann's book in The New Republic, the woman who wants to be the polygamist's second wife is barred from marrying the person of her first choice.
Meanwhile, the young adults whose parents married in the 1970s are cohabiting more and marrying later, if at all.
Generous government transfers suggest to many women that marrying the state is a reasonable option.