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  • noun Plural form of child-bride.


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  • Some of them were very young girls and became the “child-brides” of much older men.

    The Mormon Church, marriage and Proposition 8 hypocrisy 2008

  • Not that he normally objected to old men and child-brides.

    The First Man in Rome McCullough, Colleen, 1937- 1990

  • During the recent B.C. case, court was told at least three girls from Bountiful became child-brides for Mr. Jeffs while other B.C. teens were married to men in Mr. Jeffs' sect.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed 2011

  • Court was told at least three B.C. girls became child-brides for Mr. Jeffs, although neither of the two victims he was convicted of assaulting were from the province.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed 2011

  • Many of these child-brides die from genital injuries as their husbands forcibly rape the girls, not yet unprepared for sex.

    Welcome to Islam-Watch Dr. Radhasyam Brahmachari 2010


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