from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative spelling of in-law.
- v. To clear of outlawry or attainder; to place under the protection of the law.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To clear of outlawry or attainder; to place under the protection of the law.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To clear of outlawry or attainder; restore to the protection and benefit of the law.
- n. One being within or restored to the protection and benefit of the law.
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Your inlaw is most likely not respected at all in his community.
My brother inlaw is a CFO and he doesn’t work 65-70 hours a week.
My brother inlaw is a CFO and he doesn’t work 65-70 hours a week. jmunny can’t do math, so it takes him much longer to do his job.
I think it would be anachronistic to apply this distinction back in 1868 when the legal distinction simply did not exist inlaw.
As the decision you quoted from states itself, the statute must have a “substantial relationship” to government interest in order to defend sex-based discrimination or differential treatment inlaw.
Or is recognizing logically unsound arguments not all that salient inlaw?
My sister and brother inlaw graduated from UofI some 25 or so years ago.
I am from central Pa and me and my father-inlaw are interested in hunting S.E. Ohio for whitetails this year as I said we are new to hunting Ohio and just looking to get started in this area.
When it was time for the meeting to close, and those who had come from other towns and states prepared to go back to their homes, my son inlaw, who offered the closing prayer, stated to the audience, Thank you for coming to see us.
I personaly wouldn't eat one, but thats not saying you can't. my father-inlaw had a full mount of one done (he did it when he used to do taxedermy) but i think most people if they keep anything they keep the hide thas what i'd do, you can sell the hide if its not to damaged you might make alittle money not sure what they're going for in your area.
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