mixed marriage


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mixed marriage

n.
Marriage between persons of different races or religions.

mixed marriage

n
a marriage between persons of different races or religions

mixed′ mar′riage


n.
a marriage between persons of different religions or races.
[1690–1700]
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Noun1.mixed marriage - marriage of two people from different races or different religions or different culturesmixed marriage - marriage of two people from different races or different religions or different cultures; "the families of both partners in a mixed marriage often disapprove"
man and wife, married couple, marriage - two people who are married to each other; "his second marriage was happier than the first"; "a married couple without love"
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Mixed marriage families also found it difficult to meet or contact their relatives in the blockading countries despite measures that were introduced to ease the process.
In this fascinating micro-history, Benjamin Kaplan explores the unique features of religious life in an early modern Dutch-German borderland where religiously mixed marriage was tolerated and religious dissenters enjoyed special freedoms.
Hindi ko sinasabing tama ang mixed marriage, ang sabi ko lang, huwag mo namang maliitin yung mga miyembro ng LGBT.
Often, he found, the biggest hurdle for mixed marriage is not the church but the couple's parents and relatives who are not open to the marriage.
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: bayeux - boulevard montgomery - bellefontaine street - construction of a mixed marriage of 25 rooms and extension of the relay house (6 studios) for the association j.
TUNIS (TAP) - Secretary of State for Immigration and Tunisian Expatriates Houcine Jaziri and French Minister Delegate for French Nationals Abroad Helene Conway Mouret reviewed on Friday the situation of French nationals in Tunisia and mixed marriage.
The upshot of Banks's critique of economically mixed marriage is his interracial-marriage prescription, arguably the most widely discussed--and controversial--aspect of the book.
For Carton, religion formed the basis of all these different opinions: if mixed race marriages were a means to further the Catholic cause on the one hand by the Portuguese, then among early English settlers, mixed marriage could be used to cement a Protestant community.
Work also includes that joint conferences and symposiums be held to skim through moral, ethical, and spiritual items, such as peace, human rights, mixed marriage, and religious freedoms.
Whilst neither Bruce nor Ida experienced any sectarian trauma in their childhood, their mixed marriage brought the pain and frustration of sectarianism into their adult lives.
Me and the missus entered into a classic mixed marriage.
But until society allows them this pleasure and accepts mixed marriage as the norm non-profit groups, like Kalakasan, and the government will continue to play a vital role in reaching equality.

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