marriage lines


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marriage lines

npl (Brit) (old) → certificato di matrimonio
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They include Harry Worth, The Navy Lark, Marriage Lines and Round The Horne.
All marriage lines with similar genotype combination from both parents that are parallel to each other belong to one group that lead to overall same genotypic outcome in offspring irrespective of gender, mode of inheritance or phenotypic outcomes.
First, Claire gets a palm reading and discovers her life lines and marriage lines are all divided and forked.
In 1963, she starred with Richard Briers in the sitcom Marriage Lines, but didn't become a household name until 1975, when she was cast as the fearsome Sybil in Fawlty Towers.
Men generally ask for longer financial lines and women request improvements to their marriage lines.
And Prunella Scales, his co-star from TV hit Marriage Lines, told BBC Radio 5 Live: "He was just a wonderful colleague and a dear friend.
Meg Probyn edited the Richardson family letters, Marriage Lines (Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2000)
Much loved as Basil Fawlty's long suffering wife Sybil in timeless comedy Fawlty Towers, she has also been in a string of hit series, including Marriage Lines and After Henry; films like Emma and Mad Cows; and her comic ads for Tesco playing the eccentric bargain-hunting 'mother'.
New Jersey remains an easy gag; the marriage lines, easier still.
Judiciously played games of matrimonial monopoly contrived, over the centuries, swelling properties, heady social advancement, impressive connections via marriage lines for the up-clambering nailsmiths.
After a frantic search through every drawer in the house, I still couldn't find our marriage lines.
When in 1754 a St Cuthbert's couple produced a set of marriage lines signed 'Patrick Douglas' the session considering that they had never seen Marriage Lines of his before refused them as documents.