remarriage


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Related to remarriage: Second marriage
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Noun1.remarriage - the act of marrying again
marriage ceremony, wedding, marriage - the act of marrying; the nuptial ceremony; "their marriage was conducted in the chapel"
Translations

remarriage

[ˈriːˈmærɪdʒ] Nsegundo casamiento m

remarriage

[ˌriːˈmærɪdʒ] nremariage m

remarriage

nWiederverheiratung f(to mit)

remarriage

[ˌriːˈmærɪdʒ] nseconde (or terze) nozze fpl
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She consulted a Russian priest as to the possibility of divorce and remarriage during a husband's lifetime, and the priest told her that it was impossible, and to her delight showed her a text in the Gospel which (as it seemed to him) plainly remarriage while the husband is alive.
Their step-mother, however, had always been most generous to them; indeed, they were so young at the time of their father's remarriage that they always thought of her as their own mother.
John noticed my surprise at the news of his mother's remarriage and smiled rather ruefully.
The high levels of divorce and remarriage in New Zealand suggest that a significant and growing proportion of all families will be families of remarriage.
Catholics, as well as those in other developed countries, have come to disagree with their church leadership on such issues as divorce, remarriage after divorce, contraception, abortion, clerical celibacy, ordination of women, the importance of parochial education, and democracy within the church.
A majority said they are interested in or attracted to men, but a large majority said they are opposed to remarriage or consider it impossible.
After a divorce and his mother's remarriage to Barney Malloy, who adopted the youngster, the family lived in Bermuda.
The new print culture, journalism and other forms of vernacular prose took up discussions about `private' family matters and `intimate' subjects concerning women and the household: suttee or widow immolation, age and forms of marriage, the possibility of divorce, of widow remarriage, education and male polygamy and so on.
The tax laws governing the purchase and sale of personal residences have taken on new significance -- and their application has become more complex -- as the frequency of marriage, divorce and remarriage accelerates.
Marriage, remarriage, death or divorce can complicate the application of the tax law when a home is sold and/or another is purchased.
Keener believes that the New Testament teaches that divorce is to be avoided, but there are certain circumstances under which divorce and remarriage are acceptable.
A remarriage or inference of remarriage constitutes a permanent bar against receiving benefits based on the veteran's service, unless such remarriage has been annulled or otherwise declared void.