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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of remarry.
  • n. A person who has remarried.


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  • According to one study, boys in remarried families are less likely to drop out of school than boys in single-parent families, while the opposite is true for girls.

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  • His wife, who has recently remarried, is still actively pursuing information as to her husband's fate.

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  • His wife later changed her name and remarried in California, and never told her new husband the truth about the man who had once shared her life.

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  • Ed came to the United States, Tatiana stayed in the Soviet Union, and the two were symbolically "remarried" in a 1982 Capitol Hill ceremony with Sen. Bob Dole and Rep. Jack Kemp to embarrass communist officials.

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  • At the age of 7 (after my father was imprisoned, and my mother "remarried") I was removed from my mother's custody and put within the "tender care" of the Jackson County Juvenile Justice department.

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  • The tragic and the ridiculous here joining hands, she remembered that Reggie Farwell had told her that he had recently made a trip to western New York to inspect a house he had built for a "remarried" couple who were not wholly unknown.

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  • Something that we do every year is very privately renew our vows to one another, and get 'remarried'. - Front Page

  • Subsequently, the two were reconciled while in Moscow and they remarried, but they were separated in 1934 and divorced for the second time in 1935.

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  • In his early 40s Thurston remarried, for another four years, to an actress named Beatrice Foster, who assisted him onstage.

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  • He divorced and remarried, started a new family, and reinvented himself as a writer, publishing sixteen novels for adults from 1973 through 2010.

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