Is this because it's so hard to admit that Eleanor's strengths came in part from being marriedto an impossible (in the marital sense) man?
Several of the windows show Bible scenes on a majestic scale, but look also for the simple red door above which is written the advice “marryin haste, repent at leisure.” The canalside streets of Oudezijds Voorburgwal and Oudezijds Achterburg southwest of Oude Kerk are home to the infamous Amsterdam Red Light District, known to Amsterdammers as the Walletjes or “little walls.” As with any large port, prostitution was rife from the earliest times, and although the Calvinist Protestants tried to stamp it out it has thrived to the present day.
She was 35 and marriedwith four kids at the time.
As such, he was hardly Dawn's type--can you imagine her mouthing Marxian jargon with any sort of straight face?--but he seems to have been the great romantic love of her life, after her husband, to whom it should be remembered that she remained marriedfor 42 years.
He was succeeded by Charles the Bold, whose daughter Maria marriedinto the House of Hapsburg.
We note that the appellant purports to withdraw her refugee claim as at 15 January 2001 on the basis that she marriedon 26 January 2001.
To whom I was marriedat the time.
I want to have a fairly simple wedding, but there are two people I can't imagine getting marriedwithout (not counting the groom).
But in García Márquez had merely written, much more simply: "She was in the flower of her thirties, she had been marriedby the Catholic Church at nineteen, and she had given her husband five children."
The catch: To receive his inheritance, the grandson must be marriedbefore his 30 th birthday.
In effect, it's a way of saying that the venerable institution of the shotgun marriage is in decline: Teen-age girls who get pregnant are less likely to get marriedthan were teen-age girls who got pregnant during the 1980s.
The God of Small Things is dedicated to Mary Roy, who, like the twins' mother, marriedoutside her community before returning divorced and in disgrace.
The Journal quotes an academic who says that while not a primary factor in deciding to get married, "A $500 increase in taxes decreases the probability of marriage by 1% or 2%," and quotes one woman who says she's just living with her boyfriend despite their desire to marrybecause she doesn't want to give the IRS an additional $3,700.
From them came first the doctrine of the relationships (of society); and what can be said of the now prevailing customs (in the marryingof) wives and daughters?
The final hall is the Palace of Earthly Tranquillity (Kun Ning Gong), where the last Chinese emperor, Puyi, was marriedas a child in 1922.
The author postulates that Ted hates David because David got marriedwhile Ted remained alone.
Peter and Jill have been marriedsince 1973 and have three grown up children, Simon, Susan and Timothy.
In 1931 Ngawini wrote from the USA to her Uncle Henry who was the Leeds District Manager for the County Fire Office asking if she could get marriedfrom his home at 58 Ridge End Villas, Healingly, Leeds.
I think it has to do with the fact that it is so inconceivable to most straight people that they couldn't have the right to marrythat it is literally unimaginable to put themselves in gay people's shoes.
An example that I particularly like is a man who got marriedduring the Thirties recession and wore daps, or plimsolls, during the ceremony.
The new arrangements applied not just to couples embarking on matrimony but also to couples who had marriedunder an earlier set of rules.
As there were only three single boys ready to play, it was decided to change the rules slightly and call it the Forwards vs Backs instead of the Marriedvs Singles.
Republican family issues discriminate between family configurations (straight vs. gay, marriedvs. unmarried, etc.).
The elder brother who marriesafter the younger, the younger brother who marries before the elder, the female with whom such a marriage is contracted, he who gives her away, and the sacrificing priest, as the fifth, all fall into hell.
Came back from Holland to get marriedamong their families and friends.
By marryingacross the color line, by raising mixed-race children without regard to labels, they promise to obliterate our antiquated notions of racial difference.
In the movie's prologue, he can hardly contain his delight that his son is set to marrythedaughterof the local chief inspector, a man whose revulsion for this dark-skinned taxi driver with his cheap camera is manifest in every frozen half-smile.
72 "Liebst du um Schönheit," Clara Weick Schumann (1891-1896) setting of If you love for beauty, by Friedrich Rückert (1788-1866) 73 -Robert Schumann came to live and study with Clara Wieck's father in 1830, and asked permission to marry Clara in 1837; Wieck objected, and did all he could to prevent the wedding before Clara's 21st birthday when she would be legally able without his consent; Robert and Clara filed a lawsuit, and won, but out of spite went ahead and marriedthedaybefore her birthday, September 12, 1840.
Their parents have demanded that if their sons wished to settle down and have the blessings of the family and the clan, they must divorce the wife married outside the rigid tribal custom and then marryagirlwith the approved tribal qualifications.
Branches were soon opened in London and New York by Louis-François' sons to serve Victorian magnates on both sides of the Atlantic, and eventually a Cartier grandson marriedthegranddaughterof Worth, the world famous couturier , as if to consolidate the whole international luxury-goods network.
He has a passion for gardens that marrythehouseto the surrounding landscape, and for creating gardens that enhance the lifestyles of their owners.
They were marriedthethirdof January.
In 1907 Charles Wortley again marriedthistimeto one Maud M Leahy and from that union two additional children were born Ruth in 1908 and Charles (Jnr) in 1910.
These animals are not casual, they told me, they plan, they take years, marryawomanwith kids, get jobs in nurseries, as scout-masters.