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From: Afina Broekman <>
Subject: Re: Dutch Marriage
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 1998 06:34:19 -0700
Trouwen met de handschoen means that the (usually) the groom could not
be personally present, for instance if he was in Indonesia.
Joan Tooten wrote:
> Interesting matters here.
> Perhaps William-Jan van den Laar could explain what is means in Dutch:
> "trouwen met de handschoen" (Soory, I do not have a decent word for
> Joan Tooten
> [Within a couple of weeks 25 years married in Holland]
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