Marriages

Some articles on marriage, marriages:

Sealing Power - Marriage
... An ordinance where the sealing power is clearly displayed is in marriage ... A typical marriage ceremony includes the caveat "until death do you part", whereas marriages performed with the sealing power in a temple, can exist beyond death and into heaven ... These marriages are referred to as celestial marriages, and are for eternity, not just until death ...
Lynda Day George - Marriages
... They filed suit to have her son from a previous marriage legally declared as Christopher's natural son ...
Pushkarna - Culture
... Marriages The marriages are generally quite flamboyant ... (a practice close to Vedic Religion) during marriage, unlike 7 is unique ... There is also great zeal for community marriages, especially in Bikaner ...
Margaret Howard, Duchess Of Norfolk - Marriages
... In early 1558, Margaret was betrothed to her fifth cousin, Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk ... A papal dispensation was required to wed since his first wife, Lady Mary FitzAlan, had been Margaret’s first cousin ...
Divorce In The United States - Statistics (U.S.) - Rates of Divorce
... However it is also used in common parlance to refer to the likelihood of a given marriage ending in divorce (as opposed to the death of a spouse) ... In 2002 (latest survey data as of 2012), 29% of first marriages among women aged 15–44 were disrupted (ended in separation, divorce or annulment ... It is commonly claimed that half of all marriages in the United States eventually end in divorce, an estimate possibly based on the fact that in any given year, the number of marriages is ...

Famous quotes containing the word marriages:

    You can no more keep a martini in the refrigerator than you can keep a kiss there. The proper union of gin and vermouth is a great and sudden glory; it is one of the happiest marriages on earth, and one of the shortest-lived.
    Bernard Devoto (1897–1955)

    Those Marriages generally abound most with Love and Constancy, that are preceded by a long Courtship.
    Joseph Addison (1672–1719)

    If marriages were made by putting all the men’s names into one sack and the women’s names into another, and having them taken out by a blindfolded child like lottery numbers, there would be just as high a percentage of happy marriages as we have here in England.... If you can tell me of any trustworthy method of selecting a wife, I shall be happy to make use of it.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)