Domestic Partner This phrase is used to describe two people (either of the opposite sex or of the same sex) who cohabit, have a sexual relationship and experience economic and social integration - that is, two people who have created their own family.
The happiest thing that can be said about democracy... Overstreet Cohabitation generally refers to a man and a woman living together in an intimate sexual relationship without marrying.
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Gary Lee Anderson was at his home in East Bernstad and had 'just got done waterin' his chickens when the couple smashed their pink truck in to an electricity pole.
They had in fact disturbed a bee hive and emerged 'screamin' and squallin', 'a bit like a headless chicken'.