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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of remarry.

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Examples

  • According to some southern fundamentlaist churches, any man who leaves his wife and remarries is still living in adultry.

    Campaigning in Kentucky, Clinton hears sermon on infidelity

  • Amy Winehouse 'remarries' Blake Fielder-Civil on Facebook - Telegraph. co.uk Calls for comic to quit after joke on forces 'amputees - Mirror. co.uk

    Popbitch

  • Amy Winehouse 'remarries' Blake Fielder Civil and more in Mirror. co.uk's Monday gossip round-up Jade Goody's mum Jackiey Budden shows support for cancer fundraisers Jude Law's baby Sophia stars on magazine cover with Samantha Burke - pics

    mirror.co.uk - Home

  • And what happens to the children of these alternative marriages if the union dissolves and each parent then "remarries"?

    MercatorNet

  • Section five of said chapter one hundred and sixteen, as so appearing, is hereby amended by inserting after the word "remarries" in the twenty-first line the fol - lowing: —, minor children, — so as to read as follows: —

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • Amy, the counselling job might have to wait. was to entertain our troops in Afghanistan Amy Winehouse 'remarries' Blake Fielder Civil and more in Mirror. co.uk's Monday gossip round-up Jade Goody's mum Jackiey Budden shows support for cancer fundraisers Jude Law's baby Sophia stars on magazine cover with Samantha Burke - pics Milly Dowler: Man arrested in connection with murder of schoolgirl bailed Young film-makers competiton: Here's Your chance to be the next big thing on the film scene!

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  • Still, there is more bad stuff ahead -- her father remarries, and she has to cope with her nasty stepmother and step-sisters.

    Joanne D'Antonio: Dealing With the Bad Stuff in Life -- a Fairy Tale Can Lend a Hand to Quentin Tarantino

  • But when their father remarries, everything changes.

    32. Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier

  • They live together until the mother remarries a much younger man she met in a host club.

    From the stack: All My Darling Daughters

  • The conflicted mother remarries a cold-hearted bishop and the children are taken to a new world.

    Bergman's Masks and Mirrors

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