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a wedding: a marriage ceremony
I'm going to a wedding this weekend. John and Jane are getting married at the church.
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- "First you invite us to a wedding to a mysterious French man that you've never even mentioned to us."
- "As you all know, we recently lost our CEO Bruno Delavigne, and shortly afterwards our interim CEO Susan Bliss, who ran off with Bruno after a very interesting wedding in London."
- "After my maternal grandfather died, my mother's mother, my grandmother, got remarried to the best friend of her husband's best man from their wedding."
- "Welcome to the wedding!"
- "'You should apologize for your behavior at my wedding."
- "I do feel a bit guilty about stealing his fiancé but hey, you Gymglish users know what you want, and you wanted to see me kidnap Susie from her own wedding in a private helicopter."
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