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The use of the annual number of marriages contracted is then obvious. These figures are available since 1815. In 1850, a beginning was made with the registration of marriages, broken down according to the respective ages and marital status of the marriage partners. The absolute number of marriages is influenced by different demographic factors, the most important being the total size and the age/sex distribution of the population. The elimination of these factors is therefore necessary. Calculation of the number of men or women marrying (for the first time) per 100 of the marriageable male or female population fulfils these conditions for the most part.
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