Definition of Nuptiality
1. Noun. the state of being married ¹
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Definition of Nuptiality
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Nuptiality
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Demography: Textbook for the South African Student by Willem Petrus Mostert (1998)
"When studying nuptiality, it is important to analyse the life cycle of the nuclear family, because the nuclear family is characterised by sequential events ..."
2. Ansley J. Coale: An Autobiography by Ansley J. Coale (2000)
""A General Model for Analyzing the Effect of nuptiality on Fertility," (with ... Published in nuptiality and Fertility, Proceedings of an IUSSP Seminar held ..."
3. The Changing Transitions to Adulthood in Developing Countries: Selected Studies by Cynthia B. Lloyd (2005)
"nuptiality in Arab countries: Changes and implications. In NS Hopkins (Ed.), Cairo papers ... nuptiality trends and fertility transition in Latin America. ..."
4. Fertility: Current South African Issues of Poverty, HIV/AIDS & Youth ...by Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa Dept. of Social Development, Human Sciences Research Council (Hsre by Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa Dept. of Social Development, Human Sciences Research Council (Hsre (2004)
"Two pillars of the present nuptiality system in much of sub-Saharan Africa, the large difference in age at marriage and polygyny are likely to crumble under ..."
5. Encyclopædia of Accounting edited by George Lisle (1904)
"nuptiality.—The marriage-rate of England is affected apparently as a whole by the value of ... Sex-distribution also affects the nuptiality of a country. ..."
6. Journal of the American Medical Association by American Medical Association (1890)
"Last year "nuptiality" and "natality" again fell off by some thousands as compared with the previous year, the marriage rate being only 7- ' per 1000 and ..."
7. The Italian Emigration of Our Times by Robert Franz Foerster (1919)
"Even more pronounced, relatively to the country's average, is the nuptiality of widowers: in Basilicata per 1000 censused, 82 marry in a year, ..."
8. The Laws of Imitation by Gabriel de Tarde (1903)
"... so to speak, which obstinately insists upon emphasising the constantly uniform influences of age or sex upon criminality or nuptiality. ..."