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A couple may date for a year or longer before a young man may ask for marriage. Participating in certain social activities as well as the use of unsanctioned technologies ends for many Amish youth at baptism, and at the latest at marriage in the Amish church.Following joining the church, Amish may continue to spend time with their youth group, largely for the purpose of finding a spouse.Rafferty's defense attorney, John Alexander, said the prosecution had offered as recently as Monday to recommend a sentence of 30 years to life in return for his testimony against Beasley.The prosecution said that was a framework for discussion, not an offer.They may include attending church singings, participating in games and activities with one’s “buddy bunch” or “gang” and of course, dating.Dating among the Amish typically follows a common formula.Amish parents may disapprove of their teens’ behaviors, but do not necessarily exercise authority to prevent some of those behaviors., according to one Amishman who has studied numerous portrayals of the adolescent period, is a time when an Amish youth enters into a more formalized social world, interacting with others in his age group in a variety of settings.
The three murdered men were Ralph Geiger, 56, of Akron; David Pauley, 51, of Norfolk, Va.; and Kern, 47, of Massillon.
Legend has it that there was said to have been a tribe of sword swallowers known as the Konda-Dora tribe in the state of Andhra Pradesh who would pass on the art of sword swallowing from father to son.
Konda-Dora is a Dravidian language spoken in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, Assam and Orissa by about 28,000 people.
Sword swallowing is still performed in certain parts of India today.
Sword swallowers in India are known by the term "golewala" or "jolewale" or "jholewale" or "jholawalla" (meaning "juggler" or "street performer") or "jagudar" (meaning "magician" or "miracle worker").