Some articles on wives:

List Of Brigham Young's Wives
... Day Saint movement, marrying a total of 55 wives, 54 of them after becoming a Latter Day Saint ... death, Young had 57 children by 16 of his wives 46 of his children reached adulthood ...
List Of Brigham Young's Wives - Number of Wives
... Sources have varied on the number of Young's wives due to differences in what observers have considered to be a "wife". 55 marriages were conjugal, and Young did not live with a number of his wives or publicly hold them out as wives, which has led to confusion on numbering ... Of his 55 wives, 21 had never been married before 16 were widows six were divorced six had living husbands and the marital status of six others are unknown ...
Latter Day Saint Polygamy In The Late 19th Century - Life Under Polygamy - Unhappiness Associated With Plural Marriages
... marriages often produced extreme unhappiness in some wives ... described many instances where some wives in polygamous marriages were unhappy with polygamy ... long whips, sitting on fences, swearing at their gangs of wives at work in the fields ...
List Of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Sketches - TV Parodies - Real Housewives of Late Night
... reality shows with 5 cast members playing the roles of their fictional "wives" ... Indianapolis for Super Bowl XLVI, the housewives met up with some of the "wives" of the Indianapolis Colts players, including Dallas Clark's wife Sherry ... During the episode, Denise inadvertently started a fight with the Colts wives when she mistakenly congratulated the Colts on making the Super Bowl (thinking the game was played at one of the teams' home ...
List Of The Wedge Characters And Sketches - Season One - Plastic Surgeons' Wives Skits
... Season 1 Plastic Surgeons' Wives (Julie Eckersley, Julia Zemiro)- Cameron and Pierce's wives have undergone so much plastic surgery that they've lost the use of their facial ... plastic surgeons and the husbands of the Plastic Surgeons' Wives ...

Famous quotes containing the word wives:

    ... I want to live and be happy. I believe that we cannot be one or the other by pushing the absurd to all its consequences. I am like everyone. To feel liberated, I sometimes wish death on my loved ones, I covet the wives forbidden to me by the laws of family and friendship. To be logical, I should then kill or possess. But I judge that these vague ideas are unimportant. I everyone tried to put them to reality, we could neither live nor be happy.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    Most fathers will admit that having children does not change perceptibly the way they are treated or perceived in the workplace, even if their wives work. Everyone at his workplace assumes that she will take on the responsibilities of the children and the home, even if she too is in the office all day.
    Anne C. Weisberg (20th century)

    Not only do our wives need support, but our children need our deep involvement in their lives. If this period [the early years] of primitive needs and primitive caretaking passes without us, it is lost forever. We can be involved in other ways, but never again on this profoundly intimate level.
    Augustus Y. Napier (20th century)