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A '''wedding''' was a ceremony in which two or more people were [[marriage|married]].
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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]].]]A '''wedding''' was a ceremony in which two or more people were [[marriage|married]].
   
 
==History and specifics==
 
==History and specifics==
 
In the [[year]] [[2266]], the wedding of [[Robert Tomlinson]] and [[Angela Martine]] was interrupted by a confrontation with the {{pre|ChR|Gal Gath'thong}}, during which Tomlinson was killed. ({{en|TOS|sub=Star Trek 1|Balance of Terror}})
 
In the [[year]] [[2266]], the wedding of [[Robert Tomlinson]] and [[Angela Martine]] was interrupted by a confrontation with the {{pre|ChR|Gal Gath'thong}}, during which Tomlinson was killed. ({{en|TOS|sub=Star Trek 1|Balance of Terror}})
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The wedding of [[Konom]] and [[Nancy Bryce]] was held on the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-A|-A}} in [[2286]]. [[Captain]] [[James T. Kirk]] performed the ceremony on the [[Recreation room]]. ({{c|TOS|Marriage of Inconvenience}})
   
 
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Wedding DC Comics

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

A wedding was a ceremony in which two or more people were married.

History and specifics

In the year 2266, the wedding of Robert Tomlinson and Angela Martine was interrupted by a confrontation with the ChR Gal Gath'thong, during which Tomlinson was killed. (TOS episode & Star Trek 1 novelization: Balance of Terror)

The wedding of Konom and Nancy Bryce was held on the USS Enterprise-A in 2286. Captain James T. Kirk performed the ceremony on the Recreation room. (TOS comic: "Marriage of Inconvenience")


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