In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1tercero citado en un juicio de divorcio, con quien se presume que el cónyuge demandado ha cometido adulterio
- After being divorced for adultery in 1916, Adam married the co-respondent, Violet Watson, the mother of his second son, Brian.
- They had a fling, and when she parted from Hall in 1966, Beatty was named co-respondent in the divorce case.
- Parnell's political career was destroyed by the party split that followed his citation as co-respondent in the O'Shea divorce petition of December 1889, and his failure to defend the action.
- He quickly appointed Hampshire to a lectureship (making up for having cited Hampshire as co-respondent in his divorce from Renee), then Richard Wollheim.
- In 1889 Parnell was cited as co-respondent in a divorce case, and the scandal cost him the leadership of his party.
- Let's put it this way: One could not go into divorce court and name Penthouse a co-respondent.
- Parnell had been named as a co-respondent in a divorce petition lodged in 1889 by William O'Shea, the estranged husband of Parnell's long-term mistress and mother of his children.
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