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- n. the day of a wedding
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Eleven years ago, this was my wedding day to my Lord Both-well.
She was married in May 2003 in Manitou Springs, Colorado, and her wedding day was overwhelming in so many ways.
My wedding day with Guillermo Ramis in San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 12, 1984.
“You pahanas have all these rehearsals for your wedding day … to us, the wedding day is the rehearsal for the rest of our lives.”
Betrothed to Valerian, a pagan, she confessed to him on their wedding day that she had consecrated her virginity to God.
After the summer season was over, my father engaged the famous old Montmorenci, belonging to a particular friend, Mrs. Mary K. Williams, where the intervening cold seasons were passed until my wedding day rolled around on the 4th of May,
But in the Cornellisen home were preparations of quite another character, – for it was the wedding day of Jacqueline.