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.
The mean increases in salique plant-1, biomass yield and seed yield were 2.
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.
Monica Ali's Film Brick Lane was launched by Abdus Salique, future
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.
To cite an easily topical example, I recall the thrill that ran through the first-night audience for Nicholas Hytner's modern-dress production of Henry Vat the National Theatre just after the invasion of Iraq in 2003, as the Archbishop of Canterbury, about to brief a Cabinet meeting on the reasons for attacking France, began to distribute what was recognizably a dodgy dossier, even if it was all about the Salique Law rather than about fictitious weapons of mass destruction.
Both fungi and bacteria are important decomposers of mangrove leaves (Mohamed Salique 1989, Rajendran 1997).
de: "Les droits de l'aine salique de la dynastie capetienne a la couronne de France" en Les cahiers des cercles d'etude ChateaubriandBonald, Langres, no 3-4, 1966.
Although by the "courtesy of Scotland" a person marrying an heiress takes her name, yet the celtic law, or patriarchal rule, does not give him the chiefship, which, like the salique law which prevailed in France, excludes the "regimen of women.