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2007-06-27 18:57:41
2007-06-27 18:57:41

There really is nothing wrong with 'Matron of Honor' and only means the person is married and not single. If single it would be 'Maid of Honor'. I do agree it sound like one is an old maid, but that's the way it is and I doubt you can break the good old tradition.

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