wifeless


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wifeless

adj manunverheiratet
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A great change has come over the dark wainscoted parlour since we saw it in Godfrey's bachelor days, and under the wifeless reign of the old Squire.
Supo (Yemi Solade), on the other hand is a wifeless, carefree Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court who loves the fast life and wants to be Governor of his state.
For instance, children's dolls--equipped with wifeless web access and the ability to talk--have been exposed as dangerous because hackers could easily access and control the devices.
Bobby me boy,' the Man says, 'henceforth I will that you sleep wifeless.
Instead, the government must provide adequate jobs in the country for a decreasing size of its workforce brought about by the implementation of the RH Law, to keep families intact, rather than perpetuate the situation of absentee parents working abroad and increasing incidence of incestuous abuse as a consequence of motherless and wifeless homes due to the feminization of labor migration.
When discussing wifeless technology, it is important to acknowledge a newcomer to the world of predictive maintenance and condition monitoring cloud computing.
Wakefield, whose social status is recognizable, Wakefield has become a social nondescript: he is wifeless husband.
Admittedly, if Overturn does win, that means you won't be worth anything afterwards and might be homeless, earless and wifeless, but as long as you aren't too old, you'll be able to start life again, sadder but wiser, possibly.