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Marriage is a serious thing, a right with many obligations falling upon those married people. It is a life–long contract which requires the husband and the wife to observe faithfully. Any party can't break it with another one at will. Otherwise he or she must be punished and condemned severely. Therefore not everyone has the right to marry. First, a marrying person must be virtuous.  Second, he or she must adopt a prudent policy before marriage. He or she must make a thorough inspection of the possible partner to ensure him or her a good spouse. At the current age of loose morals, it is really hard to find a person of strict morals as partner with whom to live in harmony until death.  

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So love doesn't come into the equation?

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Laowai2? Post time: 2013-12-26 18:17
So love doesn't come into the equation?

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My god, that sounds very serious.  I am about to get married. I see marriage as a great adventure, traveling through time with the one who makes you feel whole. Facing good and bad times together. Loving each other and having fun through the pain and the  good times. This is how I see marriage.
Stan, you're holding a gun to God's head. I can't think of a metaphor that's better than this.

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Live with them first at least 6 months to find out all the bad habits.
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futsanglung Post time: 2013-12-26 18:19
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England's Ashes fightback proved short-lived as its batting line-up collapsed in a heap on day three of the Boxing Day Test at the MCG.
Day three: Fourth Ashes Test at the MCG
AUS
2nd Innings
0/30

    Chris Rogers
    18 (29)
    David Warner
    12 (19)

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Having dismissed Australia for 204, England took a 51-run lead into its second innings before collapsing to be all out 179 and setting Australia 231 for victory.

Australia finished the day 0 for 30 with openers Chris Rogers (18) and Dave Warner (12) still at the crease.

    As it happened: Relive the day's action through our Ashes blog

England lost its last five wickets for just six runs and instead of taking a stranglehold on the Test, it left Australia in the box seat after yet another day they would like to forget on this Ashes tour.

As it has been for the entire tour, England's shot selection left a lot to be desired and not what would be expected from a team looking to put itself in a winning position.

Earlier, Nathan Lyon was the man to cause much of the damage to England, claiming 5 for 50 and capturing his 100th Test wicket in the process.

Mitchell Johnson (3 for 25) and Peter Siddle (1 for 46) were the other wicket-takers.

England had looked well in control of the Test when Brad Haddin (65) and Lyon (18 not out) added 40 more runs to Australia's overnight score before Haddin was last man out.

England then appeared to be tightening the noose when captain Alastair Cook (51) and Michael Carberry (12) put on 65 for the first wicket and took its lead past 100.

But the dismissal of Cook, lbw to Johnson, sparked a collapse from the visitors.

Carberry followed 21 runs later, having taken 81 balls to score his 12 runs. Carberry, Joe Root (15) and Ian Bell (0) all fell for just one run as England slipped to 4 for 87.

Pietersen (49) and Stokes (19) then steadied the ship and added 44 before Stokes was out off the bowling of Lyon.

Jonny Bairstow (21) combined with Pietersen to add 42 more runs to England's total before the collapse.
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futsanglung Post time: 2013-12-26 18:19
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2013/14 Ashes Test Series
Australia
England
4th Test

Stumps Day 3: AUS 204 & 0/30 (8.0), ENG 255 & All Out 179

Australia lead the 5-match series 3-0

26 December, 2013

Melbourne Cricket Ground

AUS won the toss and elected to bowl
Current score
Australia 0/30

Stumps Day 3: AUS 204 & 0/30 (8.0), ENG 255 & All Out 179
Batters         Runs         Balls         4s
        6s         S/R
Chris RogersOn strike         18         29         1         0         62.1
David Warner         12         19         1         0         63.2
Bowlers         Wickets         Runs         Overs         Maidens         Economy
Benjamin StokesCurrent bowler         0         5         1.0         0         5.00
Monty Panesar         0         4         1.0         0         4.00
Latest overs: . 3 4 . . . . 1 . 1 . 1 . . . . . 2 . . 4 . . . 2 . . . . 3
Match summary
1st innings         ENG         255All out         AUS         204All out
2nd innings         ENG         179All out         AUS         0/30
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England
1st innings
Batters         Runs         Balls         S/R
Extras:         7lb, 1w, 1nb, 10b         19
Total:         100.0 Overs, 2.55 Runs/Over         10 / 255
Alastair Cook (c)         c: Clarke b: Siddle         27         47         57.45
Michael Carberry         b: Watson         38         103         36.89
Joe Root         c: Haddin b: Harris         24         82         29.27
Kevin Pietersen         b: Johnson         71         161         44.10
Ian Bell         c: Haddin b: Harris         27         98         27.55
Benjamin Stokes         c: Watson b: Johnson         14         23         60.87
Jonny Bairstow (wk)         b: Johnson         10         17         58.82
Tim Bresnan         c: Bailey b: Johnson         1         14         7.14
Stuart Broad         lbw: Johnson         11         16         68.75
James Anderson         not out         11         24         45.83
Monty Panesar         b: Lyon         2         16         12.50
Bowlers         Wickets         Overs         Runs         Maidens         Economy         S/R         Extras
Ryan Harris         2         24.0         47         8         1.96         72.0        
Mitchell Johnson         5         24.0         63         4         2.63         28.8         1w
Peter Siddle         1         23.0         50         7         2.17         138.0         1nb
Nathan Lyon         1         22.2         67         3         3.00         134.0        
Shane Watson         1         6.4         11         2         1.65         40.0        
Australia
1st innings
Batters         Runs         Balls         S/R
Extras:         4lb, 0w, 0nb, 0b         4
Total:         82.2 Overs, 2.48 Runs/Over         10 / 204
Chris Rogers         c: Pietersen b: Bresnan         61         171         35.67
David Warner         c: Bairstow b: Anderson         9         14         64.29
Shane Watson         c: Bairstow b: Stokes         10         15         66.67
Michael Clarke (c)         b: Anderson         10         34         29.41
Steven Smith         c: Bell b: Broad         19         77         24.68
George Bailey         c: Bairstow b: Anderson         0         19         0.00
Brad Haddin (wk)         c: Bairstow b: Anderson         65         68         95.59
Mitchell Johnson         c: Anderson b: Bresnan         2         30         6.67
Ryan Harris         c: Root b: Broad         6         27         22.22
Peter Siddle         c: Bresnan b: Broad         0         5         0.00
Nathan Lyon         not out         18         34         52.94
Bowlers         Wickets         Overs         Runs         Maidens         Economy         S/R         Extras
James Anderson         4         20.2         67         4         3.30         30.5        
Stuart Broad         3         20.0         45         6         2.25         40.0        
Benjamin Stokes         1         15.0         46         4         3.07         90.0        
Tim Bresnan         2         18.0         24         6         1.33         54.0        
Monty Panesar         0         9.0         18         2         2.00                
England
2nd innings
Batters         Runs         Balls         S/R
Extras:         6lb, 0w, 0nb, 5b         11
Total:         61.0 Overs, 2.93 Runs/Over         10 / 179
Alastair Cook (c)         lbw: Johnson         51         64         79.69
Michael Carberry         lbw: Siddle         12         81         14.81
Joe Root         run out (Johnson)         15         24         62.50
Kevin Pietersen         c: Harris b: Lyon         49         90         54.44
Ian Bell         c: Johnson b: Lyon         0         1         0.00
Benjamin Stokes         c: Smith b: Lyon         19         55         34.55
Jonny Bairstow (wk)         c: Haddin b: Johnson         21         28         75.00
Tim Bresnan         b: Lyon         0         8         0.00
Stuart Broad         c: Clarke b: Lyon         0         3         0.00
James Anderson         not out         1         6         16.67
Monty Panesar         lbw: Johnson         0         6         0.00
Bowlers         Wickets         Overs         Runs         Maidens         Economy         S/R         Extras
Ryan Harris         0         10.0         34         1         3.40                
Mitchell Johnson         3         15.0         25         5         1.67         30.0        
Nathan Lyon         5         17.0         50         3         2.94         20.4        
Peter Siddle         1         15.0         46         6         3.07         90.0        
Shane Watson         0         4.0         13         2         3.25                
Australia
2nd innings
Batters         Runs         Balls         S/R
Extras:         0lb, 0w, 0nb, 0b         0
Total:         8.0 Overs, 3.75 Runs/Over         0 / 30
Chris Rogers         not out         18         29         62.07
David Warner         not out         12         19         63.16
Shane Watson                                
Michael Clarke (c)                                
Steven Smith                                
George Bailey                                
Brad Haddin (wk)                                
Mitchell Johnson                                
Peter Siddle                                
Ryan Harris                                
Nathan Lyon                                
Bowlers         Wickets         Overs         Runs         Maidens         Economy         S/R         Extras
James Anderson         0         3.0         5         1         1.67                
Stuart Broad         0         3.0         16         0         5.33                
Monty Panesar         0         1.0         4         0         4.00                
Benjamin Stokes         0         1.0         5         0         5.00        
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