bond of matrimony

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13-6-1, Rhode Island's civil death statute.<br />The statute provides, in part, that "with respect to all rights of property, to the bond of matrimony and to all civil rights and relations of any nature whatsoever," persons imprisoned for life "shall be deemed to be dead in all respects, as if his or her natural death had taken place at the time of conviction."<br />The defendants promptly filed a motion to dismiss, arguing that the plaintiff was civilly dead.
Some could not understand how in such a puritanical society the holy bond of matrimony was so quickly dismissed by one or the other party.
The ceremony which was also attended by Shaikh Majed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, Mohammed Abdullah Al Gargawi, Minister for Cabinet Affairs, Humaid Mohammed Obaid Al Qattami, Minister of Education and other senior officials, saw fifty couples tied in the holy bond of matrimony.
Consequently, he says, the Catholic Church has always steadfastly defended the permanent bond of matrimony and Vatican II condemned divorce as a "plague."
Via the bond of matrimony, Baptiste has entered into a relationship with McCarthy as much as with Orlean.
Der notwendigste Unterricht ist der Unterricht in der katholischen Religion.' As Christian faith is a necessity in a chaotic world, so faith is the necessary feature of the bond of matrimony, a sacramental 'contract between a man and a woman [...] to live together for the purpose of begetting and rearing children and of cherishing one another in a common life': (9)
5:23 ff); this is the constant, universal tradition of the Church; this is the solemn definition of the holy Council of Trent, which in the words of Sacred Scripture teaches and reasserts that the permanent and indissoluble bond of matrimony, its unity and strength, have their origin in God."