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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
A son-in-law of the same village and a ploughing buffalo are overwrought.  Tamil.  1
A son-in-law’s friendship is a winter’s sun.  Spanish.  2
After the daughter is married then comes son-in-laws a plenty.  French.  3
I see by my daughter’s face when the devil takes hold of my son-in-law.  Italian, Spanish.  4
Invite your son-in-law to a fowl and he will take away the lemon.  Spanish.  5
The son-in-law’s sack is never full.  Danish.  6
To a son-in-law and a hog you need not show the way but once.  Spanish.  7
Who has gold can choose his son-in-law.  German.  8

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