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divorce

di vawrs

  • n  the legal dissolution of a marriage
  • v  part; cease or break association with
  • v  get a divorce; formally terminate a marriage
    The couple divorced after only 6 months

  • Erroneously dubbed "Catholic divorce," an annulment in fact holds that a failed marriage was never valid in the eyes of the Church.
  • PRODUCT Clauses in, or amendments to, marital agreements that guarantee a specific financial payment if one spouse's infidelity leads to divorce HOW IT STARTED As a response.
  • For America's children of divorce--a million new ones every year--unfinished business is a way of life.
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  • Pat Buchanan in Washington Post
    It was not an amicable divorce,police Lt. Pat Buchanan said Thursday.
  • Sandra Bullock in AFP
    Yes, I have filed for divorce,Bullock, 45, told People, ending weeks of speculation about the fate of her five-year marriage since the allegations of infidelity involving her husband first emerged. "I'm sad and I am scared."
  • Jay Leno in FOXNews
    The walkout, Leno joked, "has already cost the town over half a billion dollars. Five hundred million dollars! Or as Paul McCartney calls that, `A divorce."

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