in wedlock in a sentence

"in wedlock" in Chinese  
  1. On 13 May 1948, in view of diminishing numbers of children in the orphanage, the Trustees took the decision to accept any needy child, irrespective of whether they were born in wedlock or, indeed, even orphaned.
  2. Specifically, " Law no 151 / 1975 " provides for gender equality within marriage, abolishing the legal dominance of the husband . 1975 Italian legal reforms also removed discrimination against children who were not born in wedlock.
  3. Out of the total number, 32, 677 children were born in wedlock or within 300 days after the end of the marriage, and the average age of mothers at the birth of their first child was 28.4 years.
  4. The rush to marry wasn't so that the child would be " born " in wedlock, it was to make it seem that it was possible that the child was merely conceived on the honeymoon and delivered early.
  5. Out of the total number, 38, 809 children were born in wedlock or within 300 days after the end of the marriage, and the average age of mothers at the birth of their first child was 27 years and 5 months.
  6. It's difficult to find in wedlock in a sentence.
  7. This is stipulated in the Romanian Constitution, at Art . 48 ( 3 ) which states " Children born out of wedlock are equal before the law with those born in wedlock "; and also by Art . 260 of the civil code.
  8. The introduction of Ngunguru into Te Kani's family tree gave him the distinction of being descended from a famous couple Tahito-kuru Maranga and Tao Putaputa who, according to tradition, were united in wedlock after a love charm worked successfully.
  9. This further added to the uproar on both sides, but the Kirkridges and Rodriguezes agreed that having the baby be born in wedlock was best; in episode three, the Rodriguezes held a proper wedding for Scott and Linda in their Catholic church.
  10. The late Sri Oetari Ratna Dewi was a vocal and loyal campaigner, organiser and actively participating member of the fledgling party along with her husband Mr Sayogo Hendrosubroto [ the name disparity is due to Javanese women not taking surnames in wedlock or unbetrothed ].
  11. Charles Murray argued that American social policy ignored people's inherent tendency to avoid hard work and be amoral, and that from the War on Poverty onward the government had given welfare recipients disincentives to work, marry, or have children in wedlock.
  12. Participants in High / Scope-- which began in the 1960s and has almost 30 years of follow-up-- were arrested less often; were more likely to be married with children born in wedlock; and tended to do slightly better academically.
  13. In 1305, King H錵on V ( 1299 1319 ) issued a law that declared marriage to be the only lawful way of cohabitation, and declared that only women in wedlock were allowed to dress as they pleased, while the dress of concubines was restricted.
  14. The children were free, and at the slave's death, the wife took her dowry and half of what she and her husband had acquired in wedlock for self and children; the master taking the other half, as his slave's heir.
  15. Initially, if a child was born in wedlock, the child was considered, and raised as, a member of the prominent parent's ethnicity . ( " See Hyperdescent and Hypodescent . " ) Because of this, the term " Mestizo " was associated with illegitimacy.
  16. When Mike hesitated to assure Rosanna that the baby's death was not her fault, Rosanna knew the relationship was over and left for Europe with a message for Carly : she would receive $ 50 million if she gave birth to a child in wedlock, provided the man was not Mike Kasnoff.
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