Talk:uncle-in-law

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There are plenty of uses of this, so I have no idea why the original entry was deleted back in 2007. I'll admit I'd prefer a better sourced quote for the second definition, but it clearly showed the intended meaning which is why I used it despite its provenance. — Carolina wren discussió 21:49, 11 November 2012 (UTC)