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  • noun Attributive form of civil marriage

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Examples

  • The question is absurd — gays are defined as not straight, right? — yet increasingly central to the debate over civil-marriage rights.

    My Big Fat Straight Wedding

  • The question is absurd — gays are defined as not straight, right? — yet increasingly central to the debate over civil-marriage rights.

    My Big Fat Straight Wedding

  • We must also demand of politicians that they explain their attitudes toward various rights and legislative issues, including whether a proposed civil-marriage law will apply to same-sex couples.

    Yoav Sivan: Bringing Regret Out of the Closet

  • He has consistently alientated the ultra-Orthodox -- an essential building block of any right-wing dream coalition -- by demanding civil-marriage and modified Jewish conversion legislation favored by Lieberman's ultra-secular constituency.

    Bradley Burston: Sure the Israeli Right Won? Peace Lost? Look Closer

  • Don't get me wrong: I think the church needs to be thinking about this prospect, but tomorrow's vote could be more successful if the church could keep its eyes on the task at hand — which is specific to Massachusetts and to the civil-marriage statutes.

    Philocrites: Tomorrow's prophetic Episcopalians?

  • The Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the Unitarian Universalist Association, and other denominations have spoken in support of civil-marriage equality.

    Why Marriage Matters

  • The Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the Unitarian Universalist Association, and other denominations have spoken in support of civil-marriage equality.

    Why Marriage Matters

  • Don't get me wrong: I think the church needs to be thinking about this prospect, but tomorrow's vote could be more successful if the church could keep its eyes on the task at hand — which is specific to Massachusetts and to the civil-marriage statutes.

    Philocrites: March 2004 Archives

  • Because the bill approved by the Senate differentiates between a civil-marriage and a religious-marriage license, language earlier rejected by the House, the two versions of the bill must be reconciled.

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  • Maybe he should have said that before the vote that removed the civil-marriage rights of same-sex couples.

    The Wall of Separation

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