(v.) Of or pertaining to a husband; as, marital rights, duties, authority.
(1) This study reports the analysis of a transvestite man through focusing on his marital interaction and his wife's complementary behavior to his perversion.
(2) For example, 75% of them were asked about their family life, marital status and children in interviews.
(3) Adjustment for possible mechanisms correlated with social class (marital status, smoking, time of first antenatal visit) decreased the higher occurrence of low birthweight infants in the low educational groups.
(4) After controlling for age and cigarette smoking status, BMI was significantly related to education, income, occupation, and marital status in both men and women.
(5) The results showed that there were significant difference among the extended scores of patient's marital status and the socioeconomic status.
(6) This is understandable: marital rape has not been a part of India’s discourse.
(7) You have to prove there is a need.” Brian, a researcher with a PhD in medical science, was shocked and furious to find himself driven to food banks after a car accident, marital breakdown and sudden unemployment left him without enough money to live on.
(8) To investigate risk factors in male breast cancer, a case-control study of 52 histologically diagnosed cases and 52 controls--matched for age, race, marital status, and hospital--was conducted in 5 U.S. metropolitan areas.
(9) Although sex was not found to be associated with the number of close friends reported by subjects, it was found to be significantly associated with designations of the alcoholic's "significant others", incidence of marital difficulty and with scores on the Definition of Alcohol Scale and the Neuroticism Index.
(10) A model is developed to use marital history data from the U.S. Current Population Survey and mortality statistics from the federal registration system to estimate color differences in (a) the risk of widowhood among women in the working ages and (by the cumulative duration of widowhood.
(11) Other factors such as gender, marital status and the presence of children, relatives and friends in the neighbourhood had no association with loneliness.
(12) Thus shifts in the marital structure between 1961 and 1971 could have provided little impetus to a decline in the CBR of the country.
(13) Overall, the couples who successfully completed therapy were in less strifeful marriages and were confronted with specific life change events as opposed to the couples who dropped out, who gave evidence of chronic marital difficulties.
(14) Likewise, risk did not vary materially according to history of abortions when marital status was controlled for.
(15) Of all 17 factors considered, primigravidae showed unadjusted significant associations between preterm delivery and marital status, region of mother's residence, maternal occupation, maternal education and paternal education level.
(16) Causes of the marked secular trends in the cancer mortality and incidence are not clear, but the major causes are suspected to be changes in dietary habits, smoking and drinking habits, and other socio-environmental factors such as marital and reproductive factors.
(17) The overall aim of the current study was to comprehensively evaluate the prevalence, impact, and health correlates of marital aggression in a clinical sample of maritally discordant couples seeking psychological treatment.
(18) Logit models were fitted in order to test the relationship between the relative risk of being admitted and sex, age, marital status, diagnosis, urbanization and distance from facilities.
(19) No significant differences were obtained between the two groups of families on any of the measures of individual, marital, or family functioning.
(20) We found, among other things, that: i) Among the males excessive alcohol consumption tends to be higher in the single marital status, and also in those with a higher number of brothers; ii) On the females on the contrary, single marital status is associates to higher percentages of non excessive alcohol consumption, while the fact of having a higher number of brothers is related to higher rates of non consumption of alcohol.
(v. t.) The act of marrying, or the state of being married; legal union of a man and a woman for life, as husband and wife; wedlock; matrimony.
(v. t.) The marriage vow or contract.
(v. t.) A feast made on the occasion of a marriage.
(v. t.) Any intimate or close union.
(1) An intact post-injury marriage was associated with improvement in education.
(2) Johnson and Campion are optimistic that marriage equality will win out, and soon.
(3) During the couple's 30-year marriage she had twice reported him to the police for grabbing her by the throat, before they divorced in 2005.
(4) Movies such as Concussion , about the dissatisfactions of a bourgeois lesbian marriage, are already starting to ask these questions.
(5) Yet, polls have Maryland voters approving same-sex marriage by 14 to 20 points.
(6) He has also been a vocal opponent of gay marriage, appearing on the Today programme in the run-up to the same-sex marriage bill to warn that it would "cause confusion" – and asking in a Spectator column, after it was passed, "if the law will eventually be changed to allow one to marry one's dog".
(7) A federal judge struck down Utah's same-sex marriage ban Friday in a decision that brings a nationwide shift toward allowing gay marriage to a conservative state where the Mormon church has long been against it.
(8) "Today a federal district court put up a roadblock on a path constructed by 21 federal court rulings over the last year – a path that inevitably leads to nationwide marriage equality," said Sarah Warbelow, legal director for the Human Rights Campaign.
(9) It wasn't the best marriage – Jackie left me in 1962 when my first son, Paul, was 18 months old.
(10) The author discusses marriages in which a basically insecure husband plays a god-like role and his wife, who initially worshipped him, matures and finds her situation depressing and degrading.
(11) But she has struggled – quite awkwardly – to articulate her evolution on same-sex marriage, and has left environmental activists wondering what her exact energy policy is.
(12) Pope Francis’s no-longer-secret meeting in Washington DC with anti-gay activist Kim Davis, the controversial Kentucky county clerk who was briefly jailed over her refusal to issue same-sex marriage licenses in compliance with state law, leaves LGBT people with no illusions about the Pope’s stance on equal rights for us, despite his call for inclusiveness.
(13) America's same-sex couples, and the politicians who have barred gay marriage in 30 states, are looking to the supreme court to hand down a definitive judgment on where the constitution stands on an issue its framers are unlikely to have imagined would ever be considered.
(14) I thought she had been put out of her misery by marriage but now she is a widow.
(15) If we were to have a plebiscite before the end of the year, and you were to reverse-engineer that, it would make interesting speculation about the timing of an election.” Abetz said in January he would need to see whether a plebiscite was “above board or whether the question is stacked” before deciding to heed any result in favour of marriage equality.
(16) A case of fragile-X syndrome (the Martin-Bell syndrome) in two male half-sibs from different marriages of their mother was described.
(17) The ACT’s opposition leader, Jeremy Hanson, said during Tuesday’s debate that the uncertainty surrounding the new same-sex marriage regime created significant problems for couples, and he suggested the territory could be liable to compensation if it pushed ahead of the tolerance of the commonwealth, rather than waiting for the legalities to be settled.
(18) Same-sex marriage: supreme court's swing votes hang in the balance – live Read more The court heard legal arguments for two and a half hours, in a landmark challenge to state bans on same-sex marriage that is expected to yield a decision in June.
(19) The fairytales – which have been distributed by leaflet to universities around Singapore – include versions of Cinderella, the Three Little Pigs, Rapunzel and Snow White, each involving a reworked tale that relates to fertility, sex or marriage, and a resulting moral.
(20) It is likely that many of the girls end up working in brothels, but due to the stigma of being a sex worker they will usually report they were forced into marriage.