childless

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  • However, a diabetic, he died childless a little more than a year after his marriage.
  • Their marriage was childless: his wife was allowed to retain most of his titles.
  • Albert died childless and was succeeded by his brother, who became King George.
  • Peter eventually separated from his wife and died childless in London.
  • The opposite was the case, as William had children and Henry died childless.
  • The first one died leaving his wife childless, and therefore never became King of Portugal.
  • He died childless and was succeeded by his younger brother, the third Baron.
  • He was childless and on his death the title passed to his younger brother, the fifth Earl.
  • He was also childless; one child had been stillborn and another died after less than a week.
  • Francis II died childless, so his younger brother Charles, then ten years old, succeeded him.
  • He was two months short of his fifth birthday and naturally childless.
  • Although her parents were married in 1708, they remained childless for nearly three years.
  • He was childless and was succeeded by his half-brother, the sixth Earl.
  • She first married at age fifteen, but the marriage was childless and her elderly husband died after only six months.
  • A levirate marriage might only occur if a man died childless, in order to continue his family line.
  • He died childless and was succeeded by his half-brother, the eighth Earl.
  • He died childless and was succeeded by his younger brother, the seventh Earl.
  • One bedroom apartments are available for childless students and students who each have one child.
  • I am childless no longer, she tells him.
  • He was succeeded by his elder son John, who died childless.
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