widower


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a man whose wife is dead especially one who has not remarried

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And as news broke that another violent rapist was on the run, Jill's widower Tom said: "This is what happens when you sentence a violent sex offender like he's a f*** shoplifter.
Mr Lodge, a widower and father of four, lives in The Royds.
An aging widower, Tobias Seltzer didn't really socialize with his neighbors, preferring the company of his books.
Berardo (1970) found that the older widower experiences social isolation with the loss of his spouse.
But the club is threatened when the golden girls meet a desirable widower paying his respects to his late wife at the cemetery.
A widow or widower can now inherit all of their spouse's SERPS, up to a maximum level.
Peter Morris was an adviser on ITV's The Widower, which tells how his sister Claire, 32, was killed by Malcolm Webster in a carefully-planned smash in Aberdeenshire in 1994.
Washington, April 1( ANI ): Pierce Brosnan recalled the devastation of losing his first wife, who fought a 4-year-battle with ovarian cancer and died in 1991, for a new film in which he plays the role of a wealthy widower, who falls in love with a cancer patient.
Ian Rothwell, 55, started hallucinating half way through the Widower chicken curry, which measures a mouth-searing six million on the Scoville scale of heat.
In the deep woods of Arkansas, a lonesome widower paddles through still waters and breathes in his surroundings in meditative peace.
A GRIEVING widower has won a car in a competition which his late wife entered.
Richard's former EastEnders co-stars Leslie Grantham, John Altman and Todd Carty joined her widower, John Burns, at the unveiling ceremony.