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Families of remarriage are not the only kind of family that deviates from these expectations.
Here, all three types of influences on older widows' attitudes towards men and remarriage will be investigated.
Widow remarriage -- previously castigated by all pious Hindus as an entirely illegitimate desire -- was now made legal.
20) See Harris, "Tax Planning for the Personal Residence in the Context of Divorce and Remarriage," 24 The Tax Adviser 665 (Oct.
When the logarithmn of real benefits is the only macro variable included, its impact on the remarriage rate is positive, but statistically insignificant ([X.
It is Dolan's words that hypersexual-ize same-sex attraction, divorce and remarriage with the descriptors "spicy, juicy, interesting or pugnacious.
However, I don't think we have the right to simply disregard Jesus' teaching regarding remarriage and adultery.
While it is accepted practice in the Muslim community, divorce and remarriage are only allowed in the Coptic tradition in certain cases, such as where adultery is involved, he said.
Movies like It Happened One Night and His Girl Friday put forward sanitized scenarios of adultery and eventual remarriage that renegotiated both marriage and romance.
Coriander's mother dies suddenly and her father is forced into a remarriage to keep suspicions of witchcraft from destroying him and his daughter.
Robert Barr, writing for the Associated Press writes, "The Church of England has qualms about remarriage for divorcees.
The Anglican Church relaxed their guidelines on remarriage five years ago, but many churchmen still refuse to perform weddings for divorcees.