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  • One has long sensed, however, that it is other people's traditions that she really has her eye on, and the autobiographical sketch in Weddings gives a clue as to whose traditions they are.

    The Wedding Merchants

  • It also plans to introduce private labels in these segments as well as apparel and wedding fashion in Maya Weddings and Occasions, an EBO.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Big Bear Weddings – Mountain Weddings, A Unique Choice

    Think Progress » ThinkFast AM: June 28, 2006

  • Today, more and more couples are choosing Mountain Weddings.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast AM: June 28, 2006

  • However, since the launch last year of the Church campaign, called the Weddings Project, the two dioceses in which pilot schemes were run, Bradford and Oxford, have seen year-on-year rises of 50 and 10 per cent respectively in the number of wedding bookings.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • McMurry to to publish a magazine called Weddings by the Ritz-Carlton.

    The Write News

  • Al Maa'red Weddings, which is a Premier Sponsor of the prestigious event, has been developed to serve the local weddings market in the emirate of Abu Dhabi and beyond.

    AME Info Latest News

  • It's called Weddings A to Z, and basically, I knew that my editor was looking for an evergreen article that covered a wide scope of wedding planning.

    Ask Allison

  • He is opening White Weddings, which is based at the West Tower country house in Lancashire town Aughton, in January 2010.

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

  • He's affiliated with the United New Testament Church and owns a business called Weddings By The Falls.

    NPR Topics: News

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