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If, to avoid this, you made marriage dissoluble, you would really make women the slaves of their husbands.
But marriage, it is said, would be too lightly entered into if it were so easily dissoluble.
In consequence, he has believed this agent immortal; not dissoluble like the body.
THE SYSTEM OF NATURE, VOLUME 1PAUL HENRI THIERY (BARON D'HOLBACH)
The ground has been taken that woman would lose her dignity if marriages were dissoluble.
I felt how frail, how dissoluble, were the fiery links that bound my feeble spirit to that strong immortal.
Therefore, bodies, being doubly begotten, are dissoluble and perishable.
Marriage must be made dissoluble, because, while divorce was impossible, indissoluble unions meant misery for many men and women.
Marriages pro tempore, dissoluble by consent, are not of God's institution, but contrary to it.
We deny that the founders and fathers ever contemplated a mere temporary alliance dissoluble at the caprice of any member.
THE NEGRO AND THE NATIONGEORGE S. MERRIAM
Dissoluble by a cholera germ, a curious blue network under the microscope, not unlike a map of Venice.

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