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get married

to become united as husband and wife. Bill and Sally got married when they were in college. We got married in Texas just after we graduated from college.
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Irrespective of the growing evidence of domestic violence in marriages, I believe we still have young adults who want to experience love and eventually get married,'' she said.
Sick people have every right to get married as anyone else," he said.
Half of it is about a prince getting married but the other half says that hundreds of people get married every year and they don't get their faces on plates.
Gareth and Victoria get married at Llanfrechfa Church in Cwmbran with their reception at the Cwrt Bleddyn near Usk.
It wasn't that you really had to get married,'' he said.
But most men under 35 who were cohabiting in 1998 said they either planned to marry (30 pc) or 'would get married at some point' (46 pc).
And, if you change your name when you get married, don't forget to notify the Social Security Administration, warns Conner.
After all, she did quite her TV job, and she did recently get married.
Free mass weddings may not be enough enticement for the poor to get married because of the attendant costs.
She is a friend of Salman and the girl he meets doesn't mean that he will get married to them," told Agnihotri to (http://daily.
It's too expensive to get married and more expensive to divorce.
And a worker at the weddings department of the Santa Catalina conservation organisation, who look after most of the island, said: "Robbie Williams is not on our list to get married today at any of the venues on the island.
Too many girls get married before finishing school and suffer later, say community leaders, politicians and rights campaigners.
Nancy stated that she encourages all Arab bachelors to get married and fast.