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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of weddings in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

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    The numerical value of weddings in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of weddings in a Sentence

  1. Heather Vincent:

    During the past couple of weeks, theyve since started showing real signs of affection for each other. As Fern isnt in heat at the moment, we cant put it down to lust! So consequently, we think its genuine love and that gave us an idea, i remarked to Chris: Wouldnt it be funny if they got married, considering theres no weddings going on?

  2. Heather Koehler:

    I instantly broke into tears for her, weddings are so important.

  3. Shane Sanford:

    Carrying on with this historic love theme, Boldt Castle plays host to over 60 weddings each year, with couples seeking this real life love story and Heart Island as a setting for their special day.

  4. Gulfam Ali:

    Things were very good earlier. Muslims and Hindus were together in good and bad times, weddings to deaths. Now we live our separate ways despite living in the same village.

  5. Jon Walmsley:

    Amazingly, we're all still close, which is a rare occurrence in television, usually, a show ends and everyone goes their separate ways. We see each other periodically at fan events or weddings or funerals, and lately, on Zoom - just like real families. It's always great to get together for a drink, a hug … and talk about what our kids are doing.

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