parents-in-law love


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  • n. Plural form of parent-in-law.


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  • Her conflicts with her rich parents-in-law and her affair with her husband's identical twin brother don't seem as urgent as Money Breton's relationships with her emotionally scarred children in Why Did I Ever, although they are presented with Robison's signature humor.

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  • Last Monday, Elysée advisers insisted Sarkozy would not be cutting short his holiday at his parents-in-law's luxury home at Cap Nègre.

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  • Ms. Haga's parents-in-law were too weak to leave on their own and were airlifted out.

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  • After marriage, they are normally expected to stay at home to take care of their children and parents-in-law.

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  • We have to realise that anything we say or do on the internet is recorded for others to find, future employers or parents-in-law, parents or children, stalkers and people who may mean us harm.

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  • My parents-in-law used to live on Lansdowne Crescent in Edinbutgh.

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  • If that were the case then 90% of parents-in-law not mine of course and my unemployed cousin, the one who everyone says "isn't living up to his potential," would be in the coaching business.

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  • His family was away when the waves struck, except for his parents-in-law, who survived by keeping their heads above water on the second floor.

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  • Last night, my parents-in-law graciously invited my wife and me to a Syracuse charity event that raises money for the Food Bank of Central New York.

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  • We tried to palm it off to the parents-in-law, but they were similarly unimpressed and sent it back!

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