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The frequency or incidence of marriage within a population.
- ‘In open violation of the Concordat, these nuptiality restrictions encroached upon the authority of canon law in the sacrament of matrimony and deprived the Christian wedlock of converts from Jewry of civil effects.’
- ‘In the following, first the changes in nuptiality will be presented.’
- ‘A comparison of nuptiality patterns for Hindus and Muslims shows great similarity.’
- ‘The issues examined included nuptiality, family and household structures, changes in the relationship between spouses, the evolution of divorces, and the emergence of new family forms.’
- ‘Furthermore, while in Western Europe a turn occurred in nuptiality from the end of the 60s, in Hungary there was no significant decline in marriage figures until the second half of the 70s.’
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