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The word “marriage” is a verb.

It’s a verb because we’ve all been there, or perhaps we haven’t.

We’ve heard it so many times it’s almost part of our vocabulary.

For example, we use it to refer to someone or something who’s been together for a long time, or who has a partner who has long been in a relationship with someone.

But we’re not using it in the same way that we would when referring to someone we love or a family member.

The word “marriages” is also a verb, and is used when a person has been married or in a civil union.

If you’re a parent, for example, it’s often used to refer back to your children, even if you don’t know their names.

So, if you’re considering marriage, here are some of the main differences between the words “marriage,” “marriage” and “same-sex marriage.”

Marriage: A civil union is when a couple has been together and is legally married for a certain amount of time, usually 10 years.

Same-sex Marriage: Same-sex marriages are legal in the U.S. for the same reasons that civil unions are legal, although they are still not recognized as legal marriages by most states.

They’re not legally recognized by most of the countries that do recognize them.

Marriages can be legally recognized in the United States if the couple signs a contract, a court order, or when they are married in a ceremony that is officiated by a licensed marriage counselor.

“Marriage” has been used to mean a relationship between a man and a woman, or a relationship where a man or woman has legally married another person, and the two people are considered to be one person.

But, like many words in the English language, the word “wedding” has a history and is also part of the vocabulary of many Americans.

The word marriage dates back to the late 1800s and has come to mean both the traditional ceremony and the act of having a civil ceremony.

A wedding ceremony can be any ceremony where one or both of the partners, usually the bride and groom, take part.

A civil wedding can be anything from a simple wedding ceremony that has been done to the ceremony of a marriage between two people, or it can be a much more elaborate event involving hundreds of people.

In the latter case, the wedding is a symbol of a new marriage, and a new life.

In the early 1900s, the term “wearing a dress” was coined to refer specifically to a wedding dress.

It came to be used to describe a wedding where all the people present were dressed in traditional clothing.

Wedding dresses were the norm for the early 20th century, and as the United Sates became a nation of big cities and a growing country, the phrase “wiring your mind to a dress.”

And that is what wedding dressings were all about, as well as the tradition of the ceremony itself.

For more about marriage, see the following: What is marriage?

What are the differences between “weds” and the word?

What is the definition of marriage?

Same Sex Marriage: The Supreme Court struck down a federal ban on same-sex “marriage.”

But, the ban still applies to states that allow same-gender “marital activity.”

Same sex couples can get married in other states if they meet certain requirements, and it’s not uncommon for people to get married as soon as they get their driver’s license.

You can get divorced in most states, but you can’t get divorced and get married for life.

You can get an annulment, which means that you can get a divorce from a marriage you are currently in.

In other words, if your marriage was not recognized in your state, you can ask to get divorced if you want to get out of the relationship.

There are many other different ways to get rid of a relationship, but this is probably the one that’s the most commonly used by the average American.

How do we know it’s a “marriage”?

The word is a noun and means something that has a connection with or relationship to one or more people.

It’s used in reference to a relationship or relationship between people.

It can be used when the two are in a particular relationship or you are in one.

We use the word marriage because we want to refer or think about a relationship we’ve had or want to talk about, say, a relationship that has happened or has been happening.

We use the words marriage and relationship because we’re referring to a person or thing that’s in some way connected to us.

And, again, this is how we know what a “marry” is.

What is marriage meant to mean?

Marriage is a word that has different meanings for different people, but for the purposes of the English Language,

Couples in California, Washington fight to save the institution

Couples are fighting to save marriage as a fundamental American institution.

It’s a fight that began when the Supreme Court decided that the federal government cannot ban same-sex marriage.

The case was known as Windsor v.

United States and was the first time a U.S. Supreme Court decision recognized that marriage is between one man and one woman.

The decision overturned the federal Defense of Marriage Act, which was enacted in 1996.

But the decision did not legalize same-gender marriage.

A majority of states, along with the District of Columbia, now recognize it.

The U.K., Australia, New Zealand and Canada have all followed suit, along the same lines.

But a growing number of states are still fighting to stop the redefinition.

“I think the issue of marriage is at the heart of the fight to end discrimination,” said Sarah Koller, the director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights.

“We see the discrimination coming out of the courts and from politicians that are against marriage equality.

We are also seeing the backlash from the gay community and from some religious groups against same-fertility people.”

Koller added that there is a “growing momentum to end this discriminatory policy that doesn’t recognize the marriages of gay couples.”

In some states, such as California, the Supreme Justice is deciding whether to take a more conservative approach and allow states to ban same sex marriage.

“There is growing public support for marriage equality, but it is not universal,” said David N. Gompertz, a professor of law at the University of Texas at Austin and a former attorney general.

“That is a very hard fight, but if we keep pushing, we will be able to make progress.”

The Supreme Court will hear arguments in June, and the issue could be on the agenda for the next president’s first major address.

But it will be up to the president and his cabinet to decide whether to defend the status quo.

For now, the fight is far from over.

“If we are able to get the Supreme [Court] to do the right thing, we’ll win the argument for marriage,” Koller said.

“But if they are going to be a bit more cautious, then I think we are going be able go back to a time when gay couples were denied the right to marry.

That is the real battle, for now, and it is the battle of the American people.”