Salique


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Sa·lique

 (sā′lĭk, săl′ĭk, să-lēk′)
adj.
Variant of Salic.

Salique

(ˈsælɪk; ˈseɪlɪk)
adj
1. (Peoples) a variant spelling of Salic
2. (Historical Terms) a variant spelling of Salic
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We have a wise ordinance in our Salique laws, which says,
Live music is coming from British Bangladeshi songwriter Shapla Salique.
La loi salique qui exclut completement les femmes de la succession a ete abrogee en 1953.
La division ideologique profonde qui separait irremediablement les Francais se faisait entre les tenants de la loi salique et ceux de la loi de catholicite.
Sunny Salique, a 20-year-old student who lives in the tower block with his aunt, said residents were horrified by the murder.
Mr Salique said he was unsure about reports that the girl may have been attacked by her boyfriend, but said that whoever was responsible must have known the block well.
The "war of words" we see in the play, the provocation of France, the denunciation of political enemies (the Scots, and the traitors), the teasing out of the Salique laws to "prove" Henry's claim to the throne of France are sections of the play that have profound relevance to the contemporary worlds of open parliamentary debate, the United Nations, and rolling news media.