And that couple has a gay niece and an African-American brother-in-law.
Then he put his acting career on hold for two years to make a gonzo mockumentary with his brother-in-law, Joaquin Phoenix.
“My brother-in-law received a call from the Taliban ordering him to remove us from his home,” says Humira.
On Wednesday, a bomb killed the Syrian defense minister and the brother-in-law of President al-Assad in Damascus.
The officer wrote, “Aasiya then asked if she could speak to her brother-in-law.”
It is undoubtedly my brother-in-law's last will and testament, and, as far as I can see at a glance, it is altogether regular.
He cut off my brother-in-law's leg—charged him as much as if he had grown a new one for him.
In three nights he promoted the Count of Vendome from a fresh acquaintance to a schoolmate, and then brother-in-law.
And, moreover, his wife was in charge of his brother-in-law.
Do you mean my brother-in-law will refuse to help me if my daughter does not go to manage his house?
c.1300; also brother in law; see brother. In Arabic, Urdu, Swahili, etc., brother-in-law, when addressed to a male who is not a brother-in-law, is an extreme insult, with implications of "I slept with your sister."