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  • Marriage is a social institution in many cultures, under which two (or more) individuals create a familial and legal bond, often forming the basis of a family unit. Marriage ceremonies, called weddings in Human culture, are usually grounded in ancient ritual, and often have a religious component.
  • Marriage is the institution in which two or more individuals are bonded, for various reasons, but the most common being religion or reproduction. The ceremony in which marriage begins is called a wedding ceremony. Many cultures had provisions to terminate a legal marriage through a divorce.
  • Players can be married in-game to other players and even to NPCs. All in-game marriages, whether to players or to NPCs, are listed in the Conjugality List, accessible from the Town Square. Each marriage has its own description, such as "X is hitched with Y" and "A is married to B" and "Q is shacking up with R".
  • A Marriage, or a Wedding, is a ceremonial practice in which two individuals are committed into living a life together. It is a common practice on Sonic's World. Individuals who are set to be married in the near-future are referred to as Engaged. Not all marriages are life-lasting, as it is always a possibility for the couple to grow apart. This usually results on the marriage ending in a Divorce.
  • Typically, the female's last name is changed to the name of her husband's, but this differs from culture to culture. The custom is practiced by many species, including Humans and Kryptonians. Marriage mates typically engage in various forms of sexuality, and often reproduce and have children of their own, starting a family. Amanda Hutchinson was engaged to marry a young man.
  • Marriage is when two people get married. (And then the organ starts playing)
  • From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Marriage]] mariage, from marier (“‘to marry’”), from [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Marriage]] maritare (“‘to marry", literally “give in marriage’”), from maritus (“‘lover", "nuptial’”), from mas (“‘male", "masculine", "of the male sex’”)
  • __TOC__ In real life, marriage is a binding contract between two people to unite to kinship. Similarly, Tibia has a marriage system. The Tibia marriage system is alike in some respects, but contrasting in others. For example, marriage is similar in that a character may not have multiple spouses at one time (the law forbids this in most countries), however, other laws governing marriages do not exist in Tibia. This means that same-sex marriage is permitted in Tibia.
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  • Marriage (also called matrimony or wedlock) was the official union of two individuals, usually a union of mutual love and attraction. Such a union was often formalized via a wedding ceremony or marriage ceremony. The ceremony may be officiated either by a religious official, a government official or a captain of a ship.
  • Marriage is the institution of legally joining two or more persons, though in most Western countries it is now limited to just two people. This comes with a variety of benefits, varying from financial stability, to insurance sharing, to a feeling of personal unity. Marriage redefines who your next of kin are in many countries conveys advantages in tax and inheritance law. Religion often plays a role, though non-religious weddings are not unheard of.
  • ~ Marriage gives you a bonus in experience if you also purchase various levels of couple cultivation skill from the item mall. ~ Marriage also can let you teleport to your partner if you purchase the Wedding ring from the item mall
  • There are several different ways in which people can be married. Traditionally, many marriages were conducted by religious authorities, such as churches or temples, but today, many countries chose to make the state responsible for marriage, with religious weddings either becoming symbolic or being cut out altogether. Some countries operate a mixed system, where civil and religious marriages are deemed equally valid. A few countries do not have any laws relating to marriage at all, with the government neither conducting civil marriages nor granting official recognition to religious marriages.
  • __TOC__ In real life, marriage is a binding contract between two people to unite to kinship. Similarly, Tibia has a marriage system. The Tibia marriage system is alike in some respects, but contrasting in others. For example, marriage is similar in that a character may not have multiple spouses at one time (the law forbids this in most countries). However, other laws governing marriages do not exist in Tibia. This means that same-sex marriage is permitted in Tibia.
  • Marriage is a socially, and typically religiously, recognized union between people that establishes legal rights and obligations between them and their children. These often include various inheritance rights for children produced within a marriage to the property, wealth, and titles of their parents. Marriage customs vary across Westeros, Essos, and the rest of the known world.
  • Marriage is a social institution that recognizes a long-term relationship between people. This is most often between a man and a woman, but same-sex marriages are common as well in places that have not banned it due to religious pressure. Many atheists get married and have wonderful relationships.
  • Suitable partners for a male character are all the unmarried sisters and daughters of the various lords; as a female, all the unmarried lords and male heroes (if they are made lords) are available.
  • Marriage is a big part of the game. It is a large task to court and marry a girl, and it is in no way required in order to finish the storyline of the game. Once you are married there is no divorcing, so make sure that you chose correctly. There are only twelve maidens that can be married... although, since there are two aspects of Iris (Blanche & Noire) and two versions of Eunice (Skinny and Heavy), there are actually 14 different marriage "Memories" possible.
  • There are two parts to the wedding ceremony itself, the first is the betrothal when a plate is broken to symbolise the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem. The bride walks round the groom many times and the groom gives her a ring telling her that she is sanctified to him under the laws of Moses and Israel. The second ceremony is generally held directly after the first but in the past the two ceremonies were often held a year apart. For the second ceremony the bride and groom stand under a canopy to symbolise the home that they will make together. They recite seven marriage blessings, drink wine, then the groom breaks a glass to symbolise again the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem. Afterwards the bride and groom retire together to a private room for a few minutes in seclusion.
  • Marriage is a process in which a human child eviscerates one of his/her parents, devours their insides including bones, and nestles themselves inside the rotting corpse of their life-giver. When they emerge, they will be a fully grown Adult, having forgotten the process, and thus be subject to it again once their child is born.
  • Once a player has reached level 5 and has found his/her perfect match, the player may then receive the appropriate clothing to get engaged with his/her lover. (Tuxedo for men; White Dress for women) NOTE: At least one of the couples must be level 5 or higher for both of them to marry. Also, both couples must be at the church next to the priest to comence. The process in getting married is both couples must go to the Marriage Bob and pay 500g so they can get straight to marrying.
  • all rightMarriage (ケッコン, Kekkon) is the one-hundredth eighty nineth chapter of the Nisekoi manga series written and illustrated by Naoshi Komi, and published weekly in the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump.
  • An anniversary is recognized on a yearly basis, under no circumstances will anything be celebrated in an interval other than a year.
  • Characters can form a marriage with another character of their choice. Being married allows you to teleport to your spouse, as well as showing a special spouse part when opening the friends list. Previously same sex marriages were only available by exploiting a bug, a bannable offence. Nowadays any character can become married to a character of either sex without fear of being banned.
  • Image:Matching Platinum Rings.gif To get married you must own a set of rings and be level 5 Lovers. These rings apply to both you and your partner (partner can be of any gender). Rings are available through the item mall. Rings are tradable and thus can be purchased through other players.
  • One of the most highly criticized aspects of the game is the marriage system. It is speculated that, because of family lineage, a player will have to marry in order to continue the game once past their adult phase. This aspect made no show in the beta, so it is currently unknown whether or not the developer's will actually enforce this aspect. It is probable however that a character will only have so many deaths before they are forced to move on to another member in the family. The details of the system are highly speculated and their is little support that suggests that this will ever go beyond planning.
  • They will then be given a time and date for when the wedding will take place. Once started, the church will be reservered for approxamtly six hours. Inside the church, three places are reserved for the couple and the priest performing the ceremony. Once an in-game day has passed (ie. reset) the profile's of the couple will change, reflecting their marriage. They will also be given new options in-game. Such as the ability to "gift" one item to their spouse, once a day.
  • One Marriage Ring and Documents is given to every player that completes the first 4 marriage quests shown below. Any subsequent marriages will require additional rings which can be purchased at the item shop for 700 DMM Points (equates to ¥700).
  • The Holy bonding of a MAN and a WOMAN[1]. Anything else erodes the foundation of marriage, religion, morales, democracy, America, freedom, and one assumes the laws of physics as well.
  • Marriage is a power introduced in July 2013. It was a previously a limited power until it was re-released on July 28th, 2013 as a normal power.
  • Marriage in Rokugan was rarely about true love, and almost inevitably a tool of political conveniance.
  • “Show me a woman who wishes to marry me and I'll show you the Christian God.” ~ Nietzsche on marriage ~ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on marrying Constanze ~ Oscar Wilde on marriage Marriage is a compound word combining "mar" and "I rage". It is not a word, but a sentence. It 's also a synonym of torture and Government Conspiracy. It is supposedly somewhere between a man and a woman, but exactly where has not been determined. When we looked, all we could find was her bra and his undershirt and chest hair. Marriage is used as a punishment for shoplifting in some countries.
  • Marriage is a custom common to most races of two genders where two people, usually a man and a woman, are legally joined together for a lifetime in a ceremony called a wedding, with the possibility of a family being produced through the marriage. Marriages in the particular time period that most of the Smurfs stories are set in were usually arranged by the parents, though as depicted in the stories themselves, the characters usually marry out of love for each other. Heterosexual marriage is considered a virtue in Christianity with the intention that families may be produced and that the virtues of godliness would be instilled upon future generations.
  • The way in which a marriage is conducted and its rules and ramifications has changed over time, as has the institution itself, depending on the culture or demographic of the time. Various marriage practices have existed throughout the world. In some societies an individual is limited to being in one such couple at a time (monogamy), while other cultures allow a male to have more than one wife (polygyny) or a female to have more than one husband (polyandry). Some societies also allow marriage between two males or two females. Societies frequently have other restrictions on marriage based on the ages of the participants, pre-existing kinship, and membership in religious or other social groups.
  • Marriage is a custom common to humans where two people, usually a man and a woman, are legally joined together for a lifetime in a ceremony called a wedding, with the possibility of a family being produced through the marriage. There is also the "common-law marriage" where a man and a woman cohabiting with each other and having a long-term intimate relationship with each other (sometimes producing children through the relationship) are considered a married couple.
  • Marriage or Wedding, is the religious promise to sacrifice time, mind (freedom), and body for the purposes of creating amd nurturing children. Two individuals of opposite gender are bound Socially/Spiritually to work as one entity, mentally to be loving friends in nurturing the next generation, physically for the creation of the next generation(sex). Marriage is NOT associating for Pleasure or Domination. In Hinduism, "Fire" is God's witness and the medium of the promise. In Christianity, the "Jesus" is God's witness and the medium of the wow.
  • Marriage is a legally binding contract that says two people stay together until their death. Many people have a celebration at the start of their marriage known as a wedding. The end of a marriage is known as divorce. Two people planning to be married in the near future are known as engaged. Often the female takes on the surname of the male during marriage, however this is not always the case (such as when Minerva McGonagall married Elphinstone Urquart in the 1980s).
  • When Ronon Dex and Teyla Emmagan journeyed to a village to meet three people who bragged about killing Wraith (who turned out to be Satedans), Teyla was approached by a Villager who believed her to be the arranged bride for him, when he discovered otherwise he asked if she was perhaps seeking a husband. (SGA: "Reunion") Dr. Rodney McKay was planning to ask Dr. Katie Brown to marry him but he changed his mind. (SGA: "Quarantine")
  • Since there are no defined family ties or family relationships in The Sims, the option to get married is not available to Sims who already live together. Players can stage marriage ceremonies between Sims who live together, but the "Propose... Marriage" interaction won't be available because they're already considered part of the same family.
  • Fable Narrative "And so the hero married. And for one day at least, the troubles of a hard world were put aside" — The Guildmaster Fable II Narrative "Within every lifetime there are moments of greatness, even perfection, some solitary, but others shared. On a sunny morning, under a clear sky, the villagers crowded together to witness two people stand and declare their love for each other. Some say they were a strange couple, others that they saw a story of true love... Only time would tell." — Theresa Marriage is a game-play element that is available in the Fable game series.
  • Marriage Both characters that wish to get married must be over level 30. The two characters should form a party and acquire the marriage quest from the Eldest Matchmaker in Pokari City. The couple will be married after finishing the special quest. To finish the marriage quest, the Marriage Packs are required. The packs can be purchased in the Heaven Repository. Marriage Functions:
  • A marriage or matrimony was a legally or culturally recognized bond between two or more spouses. In many cultures, marriage could be celebrated through a wedding ceremony. The dissolution of a marriage was known as a divorce or annulment. In Taresian culture, the term "joined" was used for the practice apparently coinciding with what Humans called marriage. (VOY: "Favorite Son") Alyssa Ogawa revealed to Beverly Crusher, that Andrew Powell asked her to marry him in 2370. (TNG: "Lower Decks" ) On some planets, meeting the parents was a precursor to marriage. (ENT: "Unexpected")
  • The Christian view of marriage, until recently, according to a nearly universal consensus, has regarded marriage as ordained by God for the lifelong union of one man and one woman. Since the rise of the sexual revolution, such views have gained ground among Christians. Marriage between two persons of the same gender, or divorce through mutual consent are both new views brought on by the sexual revolution. These views, though now popular in the modern day, conflict with and are contradicting to orthodox beliefs.
  • Marriage as an institution traces back into antiquity and is found in nearly every culture. Usually it is understood to join a man and woman (who in their marital roles are termed the "husband" and "wife" respectively; generically they may be referred to as "spouses") in a monogamous marriage. Polygamous marriage, in which one person takes more than one spouse, is ancient, but is now common only in Africa and Asia; polygyny (a man with multiple wives) is the typical form of polygamy, while polyandry (in which a woman takes several husbands) is rare.
  • Marriage is the union of a man and a woman for the purpose of companionship and procreation. Mankind and the animals created on the fifth and sixth days were mostly created in male and female forms for the purpose of having offspring and becoming numerous. Within mankind, this union required the progression from child to adult and the leaving of ones own parents.
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  • Marriage is a social institution in many cultures, under which two (or more) individuals create a familial and legal bond, often forming the basis of a family unit. Marriage ceremonies, called weddings in Human culture, are usually grounded in ancient ritual, and often have a religious component.
  • When Ronon Dex and Teyla Emmagan journeyed to a village to meet three people who bragged about killing Wraith (who turned out to be Satedans), Teyla was approached by a Villager who believed her to be the arranged bride for him, when he discovered otherwise he asked if she was perhaps seeking a husband. (SGA: "Reunion") Dr. Rodney McKay was planning to ask Dr. Katie Brown to marry him but he changed his mind. (SGA: "Quarantine") In an alternate reality which Daniel Jackson visited in 1998, Brigadier General Jack O'Neill and Doctor Samantha Carter were engaged. However, they were both killed during the devastating Goa'uld attack on their Earth before they could marry. (SG1: "There But for the Grace of God") In another alternate reality, Colonel Jack O'Neill and Doctor Samantha Carter had been married for a year by 1999. Sam was widowed when Jack was killed by Teal'c, the First Prime of Apophis, during the Goa'uld invasion of Cheyenne Mountain in that year. (SG1: "Point of View")
  • Marriage is the institution in which two or more individuals are bonded, for various reasons, but the most common being religion or reproduction. The ceremony in which marriage begins is called a wedding ceremony. Many cultures had provisions to terminate a legal marriage through a divorce.
  • Players can be married in-game to other players and even to NPCs. All in-game marriages, whether to players or to NPCs, are listed in the Conjugality List, accessible from the Town Square. Each marriage has its own description, such as "X is hitched with Y" and "A is married to B" and "Q is shacking up with R".
  • Marriage Both characters that wish to get married must be over level 30. The two characters should form a party and acquire the marriage quest from the Eldest Matchmaker in Pokari City. The couple will be married after finishing the special quest. To finish the marriage quest, the Marriage Packs are required. The packs can be purchased in the Heaven Repository. Marriage Functions: * Status Notice: You will be notified when your spouse signs into/out of the game. * Embrace: Animation "Embrace" will be available. * Bond of Love: A Lover's Memento will allow you to teleport to your spouse instantly.(This can be bought at the Heaven Repository).
  • Marriage is a legally binding contract that says two people stay together until their death. Many people have a celebration at the start of their marriage known as a wedding. The end of a marriage is known as divorce. Two people planning to be married in the near future are known as engaged. Often the female takes on the surname of the male during marriage, however this is not always the case (such as when Minerva McGonagall married Elphinstone Urquart in the 1980s). In the wizarding world, many couples have been married, such as Arthur Weasley and Molly Prewett, and James Potter and Lily Evans. Molly Weasley claimed that during the First Wizarding War many people were "rushing into" marriage in the worry that they may not be able to do it in the near future lest they were killed.
  • A Marriage, or a Wedding, is a ceremonial practice in which two individuals are committed into living a life together. It is a common practice on Sonic's World. Individuals who are set to be married in the near-future are referred to as Engaged. Not all marriages are life-lasting, as it is always a possibility for the couple to grow apart. This usually results on the marriage ending in a Divorce.
  • Typically, the female's last name is changed to the name of her husband's, but this differs from culture to culture. The custom is practiced by many species, including Humans and Kryptonians. Marriage mates typically engage in various forms of sexuality, and often reproduce and have children of their own, starting a family. Amanda Hutchinson was engaged to marry a young man.
  • Marriage is when two people get married. (And then the organ starts playing)
  • From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Marriage]] mariage, from marier (“‘to marry’”), from [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Marriage]] maritare (“‘to marry", literally “give in marriage’”), from maritus (“‘lover", "nuptial’”), from mas (“‘male", "masculine", "of the male sex’”)
  • __TOC__ In real life, marriage is a binding contract between two people to unite to kinship. Similarly, Tibia has a marriage system. The Tibia marriage system is alike in some respects, but contrasting in others. For example, marriage is similar in that a character may not have multiple spouses at one time (the law forbids this in most countries), however, other laws governing marriages do not exist in Tibia. This means that same-sex marriage is permitted in Tibia.
  • Fable Narrative "And so the hero married. And for one day at least, the troubles of a hard world were put aside" — The Guildmaster Fable II Narrative "Within every lifetime there are moments of greatness, even perfection, some solitary, but others shared. On a sunny morning, under a clear sky, the villagers crowded together to witness two people stand and declare their love for each other. Some say they were a strange couple, others that they saw a story of true love... Only time would tell." — Theresa Marriage is a game-play element that is available in the Fable game series. File:Fable-2-marriage.jpg
  • Marriage as an institution traces back into antiquity and is found in nearly every culture. Usually it is understood to join a man and woman (who in their marital roles are termed the "husband" and "wife" respectively; generically they may be referred to as "spouses") in a monogamous marriage. Polygamous marriage, in which one person takes more than one spouse, is ancient, but is now common only in Africa and Asia; polygyny (a man with multiple wives) is the typical form of polygamy, while polyandry (in which a woman takes several husbands) is rare. Marriages may be mediated by religious or political institutions and are generally bound by conventions which establish rights and privileges, and which establish limits of consanguinity and other restrictions. It is often characterized as a contractual state and engaged as such. Marriages may be formally ended through divorce, or may be annulled if improperly formed. Purposes of marriage include security (derived from the solemn commitment to longevity in the relationship), companionship, procreation, child education and development, economic collaboration, and social stability. It affects assignment of rights to property and inheritance, aids in providing identity (particularly to children), and is often the means by which surnames or family names are carried forward.
  • Since there are no defined family ties or family relationships in The Sims, the option to get married is not available to Sims who already live together. Players can stage marriage ceremonies between Sims who live together, but the "Propose... Marriage" interaction won't be available because they're already considered part of the same family. Couples can ask one another to "Move In" if they do not already live together. Whether the other Sim accepts depends on their mood, their relationship, and the quality of the other Sim's house. The Sim who moves in will take on the family name of the Sim who proposed, even if the two are simply good friends. (This is unavoidable, as Sims in The Sims do not, properly speaking, have surnames.) Marriage in The Sims is an event, not a condition. So, while Sims cannot get a divorce, a Sim who has married into one family can marry out of it and into another family. If the partner of the Sim who is changing households has a relationship with the proposer, that relationship will drop. Also, if the relationship between two Sims in a family is low enough, they can choose the Attack option and fight each other. Which Sim wins depends on their Body skill. The Sim who loses may choose to move out, and if they do, they will never be seen in the game again.
  • The Christian view of marriage, until recently, according to a nearly universal consensus, has regarded marriage as ordained by God for the lifelong union of one man and one woman. Since the rise of the sexual revolution, such views have gained ground among Christians. Marriage between two persons of the same gender, or divorce through mutual consent are both new views brought on by the sexual revolution. These views, though now popular in the modern day, conflict with and are contradicting to orthodox beliefs. Proponents of the traditional view principally support it with the second chapter of the book of Genesis. The Gospel of Matthew, for example, cites Genesis 2:24, for example: "And he answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female, And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh? Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder. Matthew 19:4-6 Virtually all Christian denominations frown on divorce, although some more harshly than others. Christian marriage is seen by Paul of Tarsus (Ephesians chapter 5) as paralleling the relationship between Christ and the Church, a theological view which is a development of the Old Testament view that saw a parallel between marriage and the relationship between God and Israel. All major Christian groups take marriage to be a good thing. In 1 Timothy, Chapter 4, St. Paul talks of heretics who, among other things, "forbid marriage" and he describes their views as "doctrines of demons". At the same time, even though marriage is believed to be a good thing, Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy traditionally see an even greater value in celibacy when that celibacy is undertaken for the sake of a more singleminded devotion to God, but believe that not everyone has this calling from God and acknowlege marriage is preferred by most people.
  • ben quand un homme pis une femme s'aime ben c logike je c pas écrire en francais allod je vais vous écrire en espagnole allalalalalalalalalalalalalal
  • Marriage (also called matrimony or wedlock) was the official union of two individuals, usually a union of mutual love and attraction. Such a union was often formalized via a wedding ceremony or marriage ceremony. The ceremony may be officiated either by a religious official, a government official or a captain of a ship.
  • Marriage is the institution of legally joining two or more persons, though in most Western countries it is now limited to just two people. This comes with a variety of benefits, varying from financial stability, to insurance sharing, to a feeling of personal unity. Marriage redefines who your next of kin are in many countries conveys advantages in tax and inheritance law. Religion often plays a role, though non-religious weddings are not unheard of.
  • ~ Marriage gives you a bonus in experience if you also purchase various levels of couple cultivation skill from the item mall. ~ Marriage also can let you teleport to your partner if you purchase the Wedding ring from the item mall
  • Marriage is a custom common to most races of two genders where two people, usually a man and a woman, are legally joined together for a lifetime in a ceremony called a wedding, with the possibility of a family being produced through the marriage. Marriages in the particular time period that most of the Smurfs stories are set in were usually arranged by the parents, though as depicted in the stories themselves, the characters usually marry out of love for each other. Heterosexual marriage is considered a virtue in Christianity with the intention that families may be produced and that the virtues of godliness would be instilled upon future generations. There are some characters in the Smurfs cartoon series that are married. Selwyn and Tallulah are a married human couple of sorcerers that, despite their constant bickering and fighting, still show love for each other. In the cartoon special "Smurfily Ever After", Laconia the wood elf was joined to Woody through a ceremony held by the Smurfs which Gargamel had crashed with his ghoulish calliope. Bigmouth and Bignose are a couple of ogres that at some point during the cartoon series fell in love with each other and became married. In the cartoon show special "'Tis The Season To Be Smurfy", the Smurfs bring joy to an elderly human couple Gustav and Elise at a time when Elise was sick to the point where it would have been her last Christmas. In the "non-canonical" 2011 Smurfs movie, the Smurfs visit a modern-day human couple, Patrick and Grace Winslow, who are expecting their first child. It is possible, despite the fact that the Smurfs are mostly depicted as a single-gendered race of males with a few magically-created female Smurfs, and with reproduction of new Smurfs done through non-physical means, that marriages can also take place in their culture. However, since Smurfette loves her fellow Smurfs to the point where she couldn't decide which one of them she will ever settle down with, and since very little is revealed about the nature of Grandpa Smurf's relationship with Nanny Smurf, this can only be speculated upon. Nonetheless, in the cartoon show episode "Papa's Wedding Day", Papa Smurf found himself falling in love with Flowerbell the woodnymph, who made him feel young again, and was intending to marry her until it was revealed that she was just using him so he could be captured by Lord Balthazar in exchange for her freedom.
  • Marriage is the union of a man and a woman for the purpose of companionship and procreation. Mankind and the animals created on the fifth and sixth days were mostly created in male and female forms for the purpose of having offspring and becoming numerous. Within mankind, this union required the progression from child to adult and the leaving of ones own parents. Jesus Christ Himself affirmed its truth when He gave His opinion on divorce: "the two shall become one... what God has joined together, let no man separate." [Consider Rewording] Any concessions later made in the Law were to alleviate suffering due to sin.
  • There are several different ways in which people can be married. Traditionally, many marriages were conducted by religious authorities, such as churches or temples, but today, many countries chose to make the state responsible for marriage, with religious weddings either becoming symbolic or being cut out altogether. Some countries operate a mixed system, where civil and religious marriages are deemed equally valid. A few countries do not have any laws relating to marriage at all, with the government neither conducting civil marriages nor granting official recognition to religious marriages.
  • __TOC__ In real life, marriage is a binding contract between two people to unite to kinship. Similarly, Tibia has a marriage system. The Tibia marriage system is alike in some respects, but contrasting in others. For example, marriage is similar in that a character may not have multiple spouses at one time (the law forbids this in most countries). However, other laws governing marriages do not exist in Tibia. This means that same-sex marriage is permitted in Tibia.
  • Marriage is a socially, and typically religiously, recognized union between people that establishes legal rights and obligations between them and their children. These often include various inheritance rights for children produced within a marriage to the property, wealth, and titles of their parents. Marriage customs vary across Westeros, Essos, and the rest of the known world.
  • Marriage is a social institution that recognizes a long-term relationship between people. This is most often between a man and a woman, but same-sex marriages are common as well in places that have not banned it due to religious pressure. Many atheists get married and have wonderful relationships.
  • Suitable partners for a male character are all the unmarried sisters and daughters of the various lords; as a female, all the unmarried lords and male heroes (if they are made lords) are available.
  • Marriage is a big part of the game. It is a large task to court and marry a girl, and it is in no way required in order to finish the storyline of the game. Once you are married there is no divorcing, so make sure that you chose correctly. There are only twelve maidens that can be married... although, since there are two aspects of Iris (Blanche & Noire) and two versions of Eunice (Skinny and Heavy), there are actually 14 different marriage "Memories" possible.
  • Marriage or Wedding, is the religious promise to sacrifice time, mind (freedom), and body for the purposes of creating amd nurturing children. Two individuals of opposite gender are bound Socially/Spiritually to work as one entity, mentally to be loving friends in nurturing the next generation, physically for the creation of the next generation(sex). Marriage is NOT associating for Pleasure or Domination. In Hinduism, "Fire" is God's witness and the medium of the promise. In Christianity, the "Jesus" is God's witness and the medium of the wow. The original meaning of marriage as a spiritual union between a man and a woman, bound by laws of their religion, has been rewritten over and over by various institutions and governments. Marriage was never meant to be a legal contract, thus no country's politics should have jurisdiction over it. Marriage rules should always be maintained by the religions, as it has been in the past.
  • There are two parts to the wedding ceremony itself, the first is the betrothal when a plate is broken to symbolise the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem. The bride walks round the groom many times and the groom gives her a ring telling her that she is sanctified to him under the laws of Moses and Israel. The second ceremony is generally held directly after the first but in the past the two ceremonies were often held a year apart. For the second ceremony the bride and groom stand under a canopy to symbolise the home that they will make together. They recite seven marriage blessings, drink wine, then the groom breaks a glass to symbolise again the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem. Afterwards the bride and groom retire together to a private room for a few minutes in seclusion.
  • Marriage is a process in which a human child eviscerates one of his/her parents, devours their insides including bones, and nestles themselves inside the rotting corpse of their life-giver. When they emerge, they will be a fully grown Adult, having forgotten the process, and thus be subject to it again once their child is born.
  • A marriage or matrimony was a legally or culturally recognized bond between two or more spouses. In many cultures, marriage could be celebrated through a wedding ceremony. The dissolution of a marriage was known as a divorce or annulment. In Taresian culture, the term "joined" was used for the practice apparently coinciding with what Humans called marriage. (VOY: "Favorite Son") Alyssa Ogawa revealed to Beverly Crusher, that Andrew Powell asked her to marry him in 2370. (TNG: "Lower Decks" ) On some planets, meeting the parents was a precursor to marriage. (ENT: "Unexpected") The mistress of a Klingon Great House must approve all marriages. (DS9: "You Are Cordially Invited") A proper Denobulan marriage typically involves more than two people, nor were considered exclusive. (ENT: "Doctor's Orders", "Bounty") Human marriages were typically between one woman and one man. (VOY: "Favorite Son") The case, however, of the Mariposans and Bringloidi, and their need for a large genetic base to survive, meant that each woman, from both groups, had to have at least three children by three different men. It also meant that monogamous marriages would not be possible for several generations. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder" ) Harry Kim's statement in "Favorite Son" that Human marriages were usually one woman with one man seems to suggest that other configurations exist, but are somewhat rare. In TNG: "Family" , Louis casually remarks that he married both of the Bloom sisters, although he retained the marriage to only one of them. A standard Ferengi marriage contract lasted five years, after which spouses may extend the contract if they decide to stay together. (DS9: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume")
  • The way in which a marriage is conducted and its rules and ramifications has changed over time, as has the institution itself, depending on the culture or demographic of the time. Various marriage practices have existed throughout the world. In some societies an individual is limited to being in one such couple at a time (monogamy), while other cultures allow a male to have more than one wife (polygyny) or a female to have more than one husband (polyandry). Some societies also allow marriage between two males or two females. Societies frequently have other restrictions on marriage based on the ages of the participants, pre-existing kinship, and membership in religious or other social groups. A marriage is formally enducted following a wedding or marriage ceremony. Wedding traditions and customs vary greatly between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, countries, and social classes. Most wedding ceremonies involve an exchange of wedding vows by the couple, presentation of a gift (offering, ring(s), symbolic item, flowers, money), and a public proclamation of marriage by an authority figure or leader. Special wedding garments are often worn, and the ceremony is sometimes followed by a wedding reception. Music, poetry, prayers or readings from Scripture or literature is also optionally incorporated into the ceremony. The ceremony may be officiated either by a religious official, by a government official or by a state approved celebrant. The way the ceremony is conducted largely varies depending on the religion. While some countries, such as Australia, permit marriages to be held in private and at any location, others, including England and Wales, require that the civil ceremony be conducted in a place open to the public and specially sanctioned by law. In England, the place of marriage need no longer be a church or register office, but could also be a hotel, historic building or other venue that has obtained the necessary license.
  • Once a player has reached level 5 and has found his/her perfect match, the player may then receive the appropriate clothing to get engaged with his/her lover. (Tuxedo for men; White Dress for women) NOTE: At least one of the couples must be level 5 or higher for both of them to marry. Also, both couples must be at the church next to the priest to comence. The process in getting married is both couples must go to the Marriage Bob and pay 500g so they can get straight to marrying.
  • all rightMarriage (ケッコン, Kekkon) is the one-hundredth eighty nineth chapter of the Nisekoi manga series written and illustrated by Naoshi Komi, and published weekly in the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump.
  • An anniversary is recognized on a yearly basis, under no circumstances will anything be celebrated in an interval other than a year.
  • Characters can form a marriage with another character of their choice. Being married allows you to teleport to your spouse, as well as showing a special spouse part when opening the friends list. Previously same sex marriages were only available by exploiting a bug, a bannable offence. Nowadays any character can become married to a character of either sex without fear of being banned.
  • Image:Matching Platinum Rings.gif To get married you must own a set of rings and be level 5 Lovers. These rings apply to both you and your partner (partner can be of any gender). Rings are available through the item mall. Rings are tradable and thus can be purchased through other players.
  • One of the most highly criticized aspects of the game is the marriage system. It is speculated that, because of family lineage, a player will have to marry in order to continue the game once past their adult phase. This aspect made no show in the beta, so it is currently unknown whether or not the developer's will actually enforce this aspect. It is probable however that a character will only have so many deaths before they are forced to move on to another member in the family. The details of the system are highly speculated and their is little support that suggests that this will ever go beyond planning.
  • They will then be given a time and date for when the wedding will take place. Once started, the church will be reservered for approxamtly six hours. Inside the church, three places are reserved for the couple and the priest performing the ceremony. Once an in-game day has passed (ie. reset) the profile's of the couple will change, reflecting their marriage. They will also be given new options in-game. Such as the ability to "gift" one item to their spouse, once a day.
  • “Show me a woman who wishes to marry me and I'll show you the Christian God.” ~ Nietzsche on marriage ~ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on marrying Constanze ~ Oscar Wilde on marriage Marriage is a compound word combining "mar" and "I rage". It is not a word, but a sentence. It 's also a synonym of torture and Government Conspiracy. It is supposedly somewhere between a man and a woman, but exactly where has not been determined. When we looked, all we could find was her bra and his undershirt and chest hair. ATTENTION!!!! After extensive scientific research, it has been determined that wedding cake lowers the sex drive of women by 90%. But 90% of men are impotent to begin with. So they whine and bitch. See below: Monogamous marriage is a communist conspiracy designed to prevent successful capitalist businessmen from taking more wives and out breeding the poor. Marriage is used as a punishment for shoplifting in some countries. It happens when you have exhausted all other mating possibilities and is mourned at an event called a wedding. In some cultures, it is considered the biggest leap of faith a grown moron can make. In some other cultures, it is downright prohibited. It is strongly supported by no one in general as it is seen as a way to "Lock" a person into a relationship before the skin starts to sag. In most western countries, this unholy covenant is encouraged due to the mistaken belief it allows for the raising of children with the male ending up paying for the support of the child as opposed to the government or church that encouraged the marriage in the first place. However, the top members of both organizations are exempt from marriage. The priest remains childless while the corporate and governmental officials make enough money to afford extramarital affairs. Its other benefit to society mostly include keeping divorce lawyers well paid. Marriage is supposedly the bedrock of society, and has been for the stereotypical thousands of years since Ogg the stereotypical caveman clubbed Bong the stereotypical cavewoman and stereotypically dragged her off to his messy cave. However, cuckolds and whores tend to disprove that assumption. Nonetheless, it's in the Bible, right? Marriages today seems to be an optional way of getting out of your parents house with out living on the streets this is usually accompanied by a horny old man trying to make his 3rd attempt more satisfying. People in general decide to get married for the soul purpose of reproducing a balance species and love is found on the side. It is general knowledge that the person who qualifies to be the father of your children or vice verse is likely to not be the same person you loved endlessly.For the heart you love with lacts vision and often cant see the greassing faults everyone else points out to you. Once ofspring are present then the lover/companion is seeked or divorce follows. It is also a popular excuse for poor women to dress up pretty and pretend to be princesses. It has been known to make poor women actually become rich by marrying themselves to wealthy old men. See Kanye West as an example of such a poor woman. The "lavish wedding" option also includes a ride to the ceremony in the Cinderella coach, costumed trumpeters heralding the couple's arrival, and attendance by Mickey and Minnie Mouse characters dressed in formal attire. Were it not for marriage, the process of discovering faults in a partner would be much more time-consuming. However, in a marriage this takes only about as long as it takes to have a couple of kids and get stuck with the other person. Despite all these problems, there are four recorded instances of marriages that actually worked out. However, they all took place in Varpnarplia, a magical, mystical kingdom filled with marshmallow fields, lemonade skies, and talking unicorns that inject dreams into your nervous system while you sleep with their razor-sharp horns. Marriage is also an important part of the immigration process.
  • One Marriage Ring and Documents is given to every player that completes the first 4 marriage quests shown below. Any subsequent marriages will require additional rings which can be purchased at the item shop for 700 DMM Points (equates to ¥700).
  • Marriage is a custom common to humans where two people, usually a man and a woman, are legally joined together for a lifetime in a ceremony called a wedding, with the possibility of a family being produced through the marriage. There is also the "common-law marriage" where a man and a woman cohabiting with each other and having a long-term intimate relationship with each other (sometimes producing children through the relationship) are considered a married couple. Heterosexual marriage is considered a virtue in Christianity with the intention that families may be produced and that the virtues of godliness would be instilled upon future generations. In the book of Genesis, it is believed that God created marriage through the union of the first man and the first woman He created in the Garden of Eden, primarily as a picture of how God wants to relate Himself to mankind, and that any kind of sexual activity outside the boundaries of marriage is considered fornication (i.e., sexual immorality) and adultery. Although polygamy (the marriage of one person to more than one wife or husband) was practiced among God's people Israel during the Old Testament period, it was believed to have been done away with and discouraged within the formation of the Christian church, as Paul the apostle said in one of his epistles that anyone who desires to be a bishop (alternatively an elder or overseer) or a deacon must be the husband of one wife. The only thing other than divorce on grounds of sexual unfaithfulness that can separate married people who are believers is death, for Jesus in the Gospels said that at the age of the resurrection, people will neither marry nor be given in marriage, but will be like the angels in heaven. In the Left Behind books, there were marriages that existed before the Rapture that were disrupted when a Christian within the marriage was taken up in the event, and there was at least one instance where the bridegroom in a wedding ceremony was taken up. Those that had both partners as nonbelievers either remained in that state or became believers at some point during the Tribulation. At the point the Rapture took place, Rayford Steele was so dissatisfied with the current state of his marriage to Irene, particularly since she started going to New Hope Village Church and became a believer, that he thought of starting an adulterous relationship with his flight attendant Hattie Durham. There were also marriages that were formed during the Tribulation, such as that of Rayford Steele and Amanda White, Buck Williams and Chloe Steele, Ree Woo and Ming Toy, and Judd Thompson Jr. and Vicki Byrne. During the Millennial Kingdom, Kenny Williams and Ekaterina Risto were married. In heaven, God the Father presided over the marriage of His Son Jesus Christ with His "bride", the church, which returned with Him to the earth at His Glorious Appearing. It is not known exactly how the doctrine of marriage was affected during the Tribulation by either Enigma Babylon One World Faith or Carpathianism, although in line with what the book of Revelation teaches, people continued to be promiscuous in their sexual behavior whether or not they were openly religious or committed in any sort of marital relationship. It is likely that members of The Other Light and The Only Light also see themselves as free to have any sort of sexual relationship even if it goes against the commandments of God in the Millennial Kingdom period, as former member Rehema had a child outside of marriage.
  • The Holy bonding of a MAN and a WOMAN[1]. Anything else erodes the foundation of marriage, religion, morales, democracy, America, freedom, and one assumes the laws of physics as well.
  • Marriage is a power introduced in July 2013. It was a previously a limited power until it was re-released on July 28th, 2013 as a normal power.
  • Marriage in Rokugan was rarely about true love, and almost inevitably a tool of political conveniance.
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