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cohabitants

persons living together as husband and wife, whether or not legally married.
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The Bill also suggests that cohabitants have certain rights following the death of the other cohabitant and can enable a surviving cohabitant to make claims upon the death of the other.
Persons known to be infected with anthrax, cholera, avian influenza, HIV/Aids, hepatitis (A,E) and tuberculosis (pulmonary and extra-pulmonary), as well as leprosy, malaria, measles, meningitis, plague and smallpox, and their cohabitants have to visit hospitals and clinics to receive treatment and be educated about the dangers of infections and ways of contracting contagious diseases, according to the law.
8 million nonapplicants who were spouses or cohabitants of applicants.
The seeds of Pillemer's second book originated from the Marriage Advice Project: He and his team interviewed 700 older Americans in committed relationships lasting from 30 to 70 years, including cohabitants and widows/widowers.
suggests that a more frequent threat to residents is aggression committed by other cohabitants.
THE air is heavy with fear in the Bihar village of Pura, whose Mahadalit residents have been moving out by the dozen to escape the alleged tyranny of their ' upper caste' cohabitants.
Empowering women will only bring her a level higher on the ladder so she stands on level grounds to shape and build the society along with her male cohabitants.
The planet is one of three in a mini solar system, in which the cohabitants "kick each other, they perturb each other frequently," he told reporters.
While our one-time cohabitants aren't the real Reds stars there are still the likes of Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher from their glory days.
The conflicts Sterba charts aren't just between "man and beast," but more often are among people, as communities become divided over how to deal with their cohabitants.