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marryverb

  • ja結婚する、結婚式を執り行う
  • ento be wed; to perform a marriage ceremony

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Ross and Emily have made their declarations.
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And it gives me great pleasure to declare them husband and wife.
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You may kiss the bride.
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This is worse than when he married the lesbian.
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James, I wanted your blessing in asking your sister to marry me.
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Show me that you're worthy of her.
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How am I supposed to do that?
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I'mma take you on a ride along.
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And, Mom, I realize you and daddy were upset when I didn’t marry Barry
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and get the big house in the suburbs with all the security and everything.
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But god, this is just so much better for me, you know?
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Amy Santiago, will you marry me?
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Jake Peralta, I will marry you.
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Why is she marrying Andy?
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Angela's not really a risk-taker.
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And Andy's not really a risk.
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- How are we supposed to figure out what to do with a dead body? - I don't know.
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All I can think about is movies that involve wood chippers or dissolving a body in a bathtub.
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That is the man I was gonna marry.
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He deserves some dignity.