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use "marital" in a sentence

This form of dating, though, was usually more chaste than is seen today, since pre-marital sex was not considered the norm.

He was tempted to have extra-marital affairs, which almost ruined his marriage.

They arrived home on their wedding night to find Ashley's
would be tough to sell during non-football season months.

The text of the Jerusalem Talmud does not mention the name although it is found added as a secondary marginal gloss to the Leiden manuscript (13th century) by an unknown glossator.

As of 1 January 2008, an additional marginal rate of 45% will apply to gains above DKK 100,000 (2007-level, adjusted annually) per year.

It's one of those marginal pictures you're not unhappy to have seen, but can't quite recommend." In the Tudor period foreign artists were recruited and often welcomed lavishly by the English court, as they were in other artistically marginal parts of Europe like Spain or Naples.

Kauder, E; "Genesis of the marginal Utility Theory from Aristotle to the End of the Eighteenth Century”, Economic Journal v 63 (1953) p 638-50.

In 1939, Sheikh Shakhbut Bin-Sultan Al Nahyan granted petroleum concessions, and oil was first found in 1958. At first, oil money had a marginal impact.

In 2002, a restructuring of residential tariffs significantly raised the infra-marginal tariffs paid by middle and especially high consumers of electricity.

Although the program resulted in a quite successful animal that was both hardy and could be bred in marginal grazing lands, it was eventually discontinued.

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