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cohabitants

persons living together as husband and wife, whether or not legally married.
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If you are living with your partner, but are not married or in a civil partnership, your legal status in Scotland is that of cohabitants. While that doesn't mean you have no rights at all, those rights are different from those of spouses.
Logistic regressions that relate characteristics of the micro-entrepreneur with their innovative self-concept as presented in Table 3 show that age, gender, primary or lower education, tertiary education, divorced civil status, and cohabitant marital status affect the probability of the micro-entrepreneur being perceived as innovative.
With regard to the results of hierarchical multiple regression analyses, socio-demographic variables show that being female, not married/ cohabitant, less educated, and unemployed tend to lower subjective well-being, as demonstrated in previous studies (Lucas et al., 2004; Myers, 2000; Piccinelli & Wilkinson, 2000; Sigmon et al., 2005; Watson et al., 2010).
The proposals are that where cohabitants have lived together as a couple for a continuous period of at least three years, even if they do not have children together, they will be afforded some legal protection.
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. Even once we clearly understand the core purpose of the movement I personally feel that labeling strive for gender equality as feminism should not exist as the word (not the movement) on its own is deviating from the main goal which is gender equality.
Fecal samples of the two adults (male and female owners), of their two-year-old grandchild (daily cohabitant), and of the household cat and dog were delivered the next morning.
Some courts specifically state two issues that arise when an alimony recipient cohabits: (1) that an alimony recipient might unfairly receive financial support from both her ex-spouse and her cohabitant, and (2) that an alimony recipient might use her alimony payments to support her cohabitant.
Les negociations doivent "mener a un accord, negocie entre les parties, qui mette fin a l'occupation qui a commence en 1967 et aboutisse a la constitution d'un Etat palestinien independant, democratique, viable et cohabitant dans la paix avec IsraE1/2l et ses autres voisins", a indique le Quartette dans un communique.
Howe wants chatter and clarity: "I address you at random / on the subject of doors" she proclaims, gently mocking Stevens's abstraction and solipsism with the familiarity of a cohabitant. The "I-thou" model of lyric address grounds this wry scene in a hesitating narrative:
Bearing in mind the above points, Girvan LJ then turned to consider whether the withholding of adoption rights from unmarried cohabitant couples infringed the Convention rights of unmarried couples or indeed the rights of the child.
Canada, Australia, and New Zealand have eroded the traditional position by allowing some divorcelike settling up following cohabitant break up, and there is currently renewed interest in developing such an approach in the United States (see Ellman 2001, discussing proposals by the American Law Institute [ALI]) and the United Kingdom (Law Commission 2006).