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Some articles on wedlock, wedlocks:

Ages Of Consent In Europe - Netherlands
... Art 245 "A person who, out of wedlock, with a person who has reached the age of twelve but has not reached sixteen, performs indecent acts comprising or including sexual penetration of the body is liable to a term ...
Fred Wedlock - Career
... Wedlock was a regular performer at the Bristol Troubadour Club and he played the folk circuit, both prior to, and in the wake of, his single chart success, with ... In 1997 Wedlock took a leading role in Bristol Old Vic's production of Up the Feeder, Down the Mouth, a theatrical history of Bristol Docks, written by A ... Wedlock's albums include The Folker (1971) (notable for the title track parody of "The Boxer" by Simon and Garfunkel), Frolicks (1973), Out of Wedlock (1978), The Oldest Swinger in Town (1981) and Fred Wedlock ...
Billy Wedlock
... William John "Billy" Wedlock (28 October 1880 – 25 January 1965), also known as "Fatty" or the "India Rubber Man", was a footballer who played for Bristol City in 1900–01 and from 1905 until his retirement in 1921 ... The East End at Ashton Gate is named the Wedlock Stand in his honour ... Wedlocks pub (now demolished) opposite the ground was where he lived and worked for 43 years ...
Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures - Format
... to parodies of shows like The Honeymooners ("Mighty's Wedlock Whimsy") and the 1960s Batman series ("Night of the Bat-Bat" and "Bat With a Golden Tongue"), movies like Fantastic ... characters Heckle and Jeckle also appear, in "Mighty's Wedlock Whimsy" ...
Bounce Around The Ground - Stadium - Gallery
... Suspension Bridge in the background An example of the flags used by the "Ultras" in the Wedlock Stand (The Eastend) View from the home section of the Wedlock Stand Inside ...

Famous quotes containing the word wedlock:

    They dream in courtship, but in wedlock wake.
    Alexander Pope (1688–1744)

    For what is wedlock forcèd, but a hell,
    An age of discord and continual strife?
    Whereas the contrary bringeth bliss,
    And is a pattern of celestial peace.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    As the ox hath his bow, sir, the horse his curb, and the
    falcon her bells, so man hath his desires; and as pigeons
    bill, so wedlock would be nibbling.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)