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  • adjective Not widowed.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ widowed

Examples

  • In 1964, Colin Murray Parkes, a psychiatrist at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations in London, analyzed the medical records of forty-four widows and found a sharp rise in the number of psychiatric complaints in the first six months, followed by a return to a level similar to his control group of nonwidowed women, findings that he deemed were “consonant with the traditional picture of grief as a severe but self-limiting affective disorder.”

    The Truth About Grief

  • In 1964, Colin Murray Parkes, a psychiatrist at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations in London, analyzed the medical records of forty-four widows and found a sharp rise in the number of psychiatric complaints in the first six months, followed by a return to a level similar to his control group of nonwidowed women, findings that he deemed were “consonant with the traditional picture of grief as a severe but self-limiting affective disorder.”

    The Truth About Grief

  • • Widows and widowers are some of the biggest tithers, with 17.6% giving 10% or more of their income to the church, compared to 8.6% of nonwidowed people.

    Analyst: View of heaven shows 'real level of religious tolerance'

  • • Widows and widowers are some of the biggest tithers, with 17. 6\% giving 10\% or more of their income to the church, compared to 8. 6\% of nonwidowed people.

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