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As I say marry, so do I understand that thou shouldst fall to work as speedily as may be; yea, my meaning is that thou oughtest to be so quick and forward therein, as on this same very day, before sunset, to cause proclaim thy banns of matrimony, and make provision of bedsteads.
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Even if you had planned to enlist I would have forbidden the banns.
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The banns were published in a month's time.
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Some accounted it unseemly haste, after the other banns which had come to naught, and some said 'twas better so, and they blamed not Parson Fair for placing such a flighty and jilting maid safe within the pale of wedlock-and they guessed he was thankful enough to find a husband for her, even if 'twas one of the Hautvilles.
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On the Sunday after the banns between Dorothy and Eugene had been published, Burr had been seen to walk home openly with Madelon from evening meeting; and it was soon known that he was courting her regularly.
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No one outside ever knew how it came about, for Jenny Pierson, who was a soft, prettyish creature, had given no particular sign; but one Sunday morning the banns of James Grieve, bachelor, and Jenny Pierson, widow, were suddenly given out in the Presbyterian chapel at Clough End, to the mingled astonishment and disgust of the neighbourhood.
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Contrary to the usual custom, Verry went to hear her own banns read at the church.
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On my telling him that I must go, he said that he trusted I should put off my departure for three weeks, in order that I might be present at his marriage, the banns of which were just about to be published.
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No need to get the 'consent of the parents,' or make a 'settlement,' or give out the banns, or buy a government license as though a wife were contraband goods, or hire a string of four-wheelers, or tip the pew-opener.
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My pride rose up like the _deux ex machina_ in the melodrama and forbade the banns.
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Luckily my marriage with him next week was to have been by licence, and not banns, as in John's case; and it was not so well known on that account.
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But though the wedding day had loomed so near, and the banns were out, she delayed her departure till this last moment, saying it was not necessary for her to be at home long beforehand.
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And if I were not a coward," Sir Austin confessed to himself, "I should stand forth and forbid the banns!
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Mrs. Berry had acted conspicuously in fifteen marriages, by banns, and by licence, and to have such an obvious requisite dinned in her ears was exasperating.
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Their united savings soon mounted up, and in a few months the banns were published, and Christmas-Day fixed on for the wedding.
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She must have been having you on, for the banns was up at St. George's this three weeks!...
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I won't forbid the banns.
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Tis a pleasing sort of thing for a woman to wait for marriage till she's in sight of seventy and then hear her banns defied by her own brother!
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Now you go to Moreton and put up the banns and leave the rest to me, if you please.
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He's sworn on his oath that Chuff spends half his time along with you and the banns be called.
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Examples of Bann

Example #1
May I be doomed to fast a whole day if I don't verily believe he would not make above two bites of a shoulder of mutton and one swoop of a whole pottle of wine.
Example #2
By the blood of a hog's-pudding, till when wouldst thou delay the acting of a husband's part?
Example #3
You'd make a bird of a paymaster or quartermaster, but as an enlisted man-well, the other bad soldier boys would toss you in a blanket.
Example #4
I'm forty-three years old, married-" "No excuses necessary, Skinner.
Example #5
Some accounted it unseemly haste, after the other banns which had come to naught, and some said 'twas better so, and they blamed not Parson Fair for placing such a flighty and jilting maid safe within the pale of wedlock-and they guessed he was thankful enough to find a husband for her, even if 'twas one of the Hautvilles.
Example #6
After that Eugene Hautville was seen every Sunday night and twice in the week going into Parson Fair's house, and the candles burned late in the north parlor.