premarriage

premarriage

(priːˈmærɪdʒ)
adj
occurring before marriage
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For example, Indonesia has a premarriage counseling program where engaged couples receive education on health and reproduction, as well as the family planning program, while Mindanao has a post-marriage counseling program.
Role transitions and young adult maturing out of heavy drinking: Evidence for larger effects of marriage among more severe premarriage problem drinkers.
"The synagogue," he says, "should be the most beautiful living room in any given community." Scheiner is a rabbi at SoHo Synagogue in New York, which caters to a younger audience--"post-college, premarriage"--and in its original location on Crosby Street, it embraced a trendy urban, industrial look: exposed brick, dangling lightbulbs.
An economic analysis of premarriage prevention of hepatitis B transmission in Iran.
(102) When people marry, all states in the United States have the same default rule: Both men and women retain their premarriage surnames.
Karen added: "We just did our premarriage course last weekend and I thought this will go either way - it will either open a can of worms or cement us and thankfully it cementeted us It was us and thankfully it cemented us.
Regala was an enthusiastic parishioner, serving as a lector, a member of the parish council, and a premarriage counselor, an experience that helped her "think about what marriage and lifelong commitment is really about."
As a general rule, parties jointly own property accumulated by either spouse during marriage due to effort, while they do not share premarriage acquisitions by either spouse or a gift or inheritance received by either spouse during marriage, Id.
As do others in the literature, we allow wage growth to revert back to premarriage levels when a couple separates.
(iii) a name combining into a single surname all or a segment of the premarriage surname or any former surname of each spouse; or
To begin with, in spite of the first-rate, recent biography by Melanie Hawthorne already referred to, Rachilde's premarriage years (pre-1889) remain more of a legende than an open book, in part because almost none of her correspondence has been published, and in part because known archives of her papers and manuscripts have yet to be fully exploited.