arriage

arriage

(ˈærɪdʒ)
n
an office or duty carried out by tenants for their feudal lord or superior
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Conant -- Schols 2 3-3 7; Wachal 3 1-1 8; Mittal 7 6-6 20; Arriage 0 0-0 0; Davis 6 10-11 22; McColagh 0 0-0 0; Koley 1 0-0 3; Tsoulos 0 0-0 0; Chenault 0 0-0 0; Lewandowski 0 0-0 0.
arriage h said "And at some stage there has to be some sort of compromise between the two of you.
M ARRIAGE begins a new chapter in a person's life, but such is the life of presentday Indian cricketers that they hardly get any time for their personal lives and families.
mantha wever, is still the scene, tly oblivious e fact she rly ruined Lisa d Dan's arriage with er flirtations nd their steamy change in a lift.
"HHS has mandated that American employers include all FDA-approved contraceptives in their group health plans without cost-sharing," Arriage stated in an email.
Interpersonal relationships differ in terms of how cohesive or close they are and this influences a number of outcomes, such as willingness to sacrifice (Van Lange, Rusbult, Drigotas, Arriage, Witcher, & Cox, 1997) and willingness to forgive (Karremans & Van Lange, 2004).
A DOCUMENTARY looking at them arriage of Jane Felix-Browne, a grandmother from Moulton, near North wich in Cheshire and Omar Osama Bin Laden, son of the world's most wanted man.
A SPEED camera put up to catch boy racers tearing along a Bir mingham dual arriage way can't be switched on - because bungling contractors have stuck it in the wrong place
Men cannot commit to compensating their wives on the basis .of investments wives made before their m arriage. Women upon marriage cease to own their activities.
In the end, the newly extreme emphasis placed on heterosexuality and companionate m arriage fostered, not liberation, but the isolation of these women.
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