-in-law

-in´-law`


suff.1.A suffix meaning through marriage. See in-law.
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Imran Jahangir, one of the complainants, filed an application before the CPO in which he stated that Station House Officer (SHO) Chontra and Sub-Inspector Tariq Manzoor illegally detained his brother- -in-law along with another man and tortured them.
Dearly loved husband of Irene, much loved dad of Alan and Julie, dear father -in-law of Sandra, devoted grandad of Shaun, Michael, Carl, Mary and Harry, will be missed by Andrew, also Mark and Bonnie.
MASSEY Fred A dear brother of Rose, brother -in-law of Bob, uncle of Allison, Claire and family.
MASSEY Fred A dearly loved brother -in-law of Marge and Eric and uncle to Jackie, Peter, Mark, Daniel and Dillan.
Mick (Kaz's Dad) McDERMOTT Elizabeth Beloved sister of the late Michael and sister -in-law of Ellen.
Love Brother Brian, Sister -in-law Mary and family.
McDERMOTT Betty Much loved sister and sister -in-law to the late Frank and Winnie, also much loved aunty.
Dearly loved wife of the late Tom, dearest mum of Bryan, dear mother -in-law of Julia.
Devoted wife of the late Les, respected mother of Gerald, also a dearly loved sister, sister -in-law and aunt.
Coun Powell, whose brother -in-law Robert Harding died of the disease, said: ``Robert died at a very young age.
Loving d a u g h t e r T i n a a nd son -in-law Ray.
Margaret's late father -in-law,Ted Gerrard,and his friend Frank Sykes worked as carters on the Dock Road and, rain or shine, they were out with the shire horses.