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==Human marriage==
 
==Human marriage==
One [[Human]] marriage that was plagued by discord was the union between [[michael Bickley|Michael]] and [[Patricia Bickley]]. The pair were married and cohabited in [[quarters]] aboard the [[Federation]] [[starship]] {{uSS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-D|-D}} where they served [[Starfleet]] as the backup [[flight controller]] and [[operations manager]], respectively. The couple were known to have great affection for each other, passionately [[kiss]]ing when given occasion, such as under the [[mistletoe]] at the ''Enterprise'' [[Christmas]] party, but normal interaction between the two frequently consisted of unanticipated insults and petty bickering. [[Captain]] [[Jean-Luc Picard]] had to caution the pair to keep their personal interplay to a minimum when an argument interfered with their duty during an emergency situation that required them to serve side-by-side on the [[bridge]]. ({{c|TNG|... Where No One Has Gone Before!|Spirit in the Sky!}})
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[[file:Wedding DC Comics.png|thumb|The wedding of [[Konom]] and [[Nancy Bryce]] is held on the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-A|-A}} in [[2286]].]]One [[Human]] marriage that was plagued by discord was the union between [[michael Bickley|Michael]] and [[Patricia Bickley]]. The pair were married and cohabited in [[quarters]] aboard the [[Federation]] [[starship]] {{uSS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-D|-D}} where they served [[Starfleet]] as the backup [[flight controller]] and [[operations manager]], respectively. The couple were known to have great affection for each other, passionately [[kiss]]ing when given occasion, such as under the [[mistletoe]] at the ''Enterprise'' [[Christmas]] party, but normal interaction between the two frequently consisted of unanticipated insults and petty bickering. [[Captain]] [[Jean-Luc Picard]] had to caution the pair to keep their personal interplay to a minimum when an argument interfered with their duty during an emergency situation that required them to serve side-by-side on the [[bridge]]. ({{c|TNG|... Where No One Has Gone Before!|Spirit in the Sky!}})
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==Vulcan marriage==
 
==Vulcan marriage==
 
[[file:Sarek Perrin wedding Wildstorm.jpg|left|thumb|The wedding of [[Sarek]] and [[Perrin]].]]
 
[[file:Sarek Perrin wedding Wildstorm.jpg|left|thumb|The wedding of [[Sarek]] and [[Perrin]].]]
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==Klingon marriage==
 
==Klingon marriage==
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==External link==
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==External links==
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Latest revision as of 18:44, April 1, 2017

Marriage is a social institution in many cultures, under which two (or more) individuals create a familial and legal bond, often forming the basis of a family unit.

Marriage ceremonies, called weddings in Human culture, are usually grounded in ancient ritual, and often have a religious component. [citation needed]

Human marriageEdit

Wedding DC Comics

The wedding of Konom and Nancy Bryce is held on the USS Enterprise-A in 2286.

One Human marriage that was plagued by discord was the union between Michael and Patricia Bickley. The pair were married and cohabited in quarters aboard the Federation starship USS Enterprise-D where they served Starfleet as the backup flight controller and operations manager, respectively. The couple were known to have great affection for each other, passionately kissing when given occasion, such as under the mistletoe at the Enterprise Christmas party, but normal interaction between the two frequently consisted of unanticipated insults and petty bickering. Captain Jean-Luc Picard had to caution the pair to keep their personal interplay to a minimum when an argument interfered with their duty during an emergency situation that required them to serve side-by-side on the bridge. (TNG comics: "... Where No One Has Gone Before!", "Spirit in the Sky!")

Vulcan marriageEdit

Sarek Perrin wedding Wildstorm

The wedding of Sarek and Perrin.

Klingon marriageEdit

External linksEdit


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