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Definition of Premarriage
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Literary usage of Premarriage
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1. Vocational Education by David Snedden (1920)
"... for certain higher economic levels, probably four to six years of the usual " premarriage " wage working years of the women involved. ..."
2. A History of Matrimonial Institutions Chiefly in England and the United by George Elliott Howard (1904)
"... hendred from giving such information;" then such person may " Challenge his or her premarriage, and obtain an order for their Cohabiting as formerly. ..."
3. Educational Sociology by David Snedden (1922)
"Especially during the premarriage years of both men and women, there is endless experimentation, shifting, "hiring and firing," and roving, of workers. ..."
4. American Physical Education Review by American Physical Education Association (1920)
"Our girls during their premarriage years must carry the double burden of school or of vocational service, and of conserving and ..."
5. Educational Sociology by David Snedden (1922)
"... from eighteen to twenty-two or more years of age do not constitute their final "life work." Especially during the premarriage years of both men and ..."
6. Choice Notes from "Notes and Queries": Folk Lore (1859)
"... renunciation of Ruth, of all dominion over her, and of his right of premarriage. These ceremonies were evidently not unknown to the early Christians. ..."
7. A Digest of Educational Sociology by David Snedden (1920)
"Single women—in premarriage years by millions, and permanent celibates by hundreds of thousands—now work for wages "away from the home. ..."