- הַכרָזַת נִשׂוּאִים
Noun(1) a public announcement of a proposed marriage
(1) Notice of intention to marry had to be given by each party in their home parish (usually by publication of banns in the church), and the ceremony had to be performed in public.(2) Mother asked Charles if he wanted to announce the banns through our local Church.(3) I had a feeling things would take off this week; we'd known that if she was to get married, the banns would have to be displayed around now.(4) Print up invitations to a marriage, publish banns at a friendly church, have one or more brides or grooms and even eat wedding cake.(5) It gave anyone the right to object either in advance at the publishing of banns on three successive Sundays, or during the ceremony itself.(6) This notice or banns must be read thrice in the church at intervals of at least one week.(7) He then proceeded to Doctor's Commons, to the office of the Archbishop of Canterbury, for a special license so that they would not have to wait upon banns and could be married right away.(8) The licence gave permission to marry after one asking of the banns , which were forbidden from Advent Sunday to 13 January.(9) These banns could easily involve parishes outside the diocese.(10) The banns were posted two weeks before the press even noticed.(11) Today's the last Sunday for Angela's wedding banns .(12) I have been listening for half a century to clergymen intoning ├ö├ç├┐I publish the banns of marriage├ö├ç┬¬├ö├ç├û and can attest that fifty years ago the partners generally came from within a two-mile radius.(13) Mrs Edwards lived in Edgworth at the time and she told the court she and her fiance had been to church to hear the banns read.(14) A Church of England spokesman said: ├ö├ç├┐The words bachelor or spinster have never been part of the wording of banns , but many clergy customarily use them and will no doubt continue to.├ö├ç├û(15) The priest was thereby forced to stop the banns from being announced for Domingo's approaching marriage.(16) Reverend Brent Hawkes used a loophole in Ontario law which states that ├ö├ç├┐any two persons├ö├ç├û can be married through publishing of banns .
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