salic


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salic

[′sal·ik]
(geology)
A soil horizon enriched with secondary salts, at least 2 percent, and measuring at least 6 inches (15 centimeters) in thickness.
(mineralogy)
Pertaining to certain light-colored minerals, such as quartz and feldspars, that are rich in silica or magnesium and commonly occur in igneous rock.
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Salic was brought to the DOJ supposedly for inquest proceedings by elements of the Philippine National Police (PNP) on March 15, but they were rebuked by Senior Assistant State Prosecutor Peter Ong who said an inquest proceeding can no longer be availed of in his case.
"[B]ro we need to rise up," Salic wrote, enthusiastically agreeing to finance Bahnasawy and Haroon's massacre.
Owned by the Public investment Fund, Salic has also signed an investment agreement with Russian company RZ Agro to invest in developing farmlands, he added.
According to the studies by Ebrahimi [4], Rezaiinejad [14], and Golzari [7] on pistachio cultivation soils in Kerman Province, they showed that salinity is one of the major factors resulting in reducing pistachio growth and yield, and Salic horizon is separated in physiographies of flood plains, low lands and playa.
Some examples include: Alcuin of York, Lombards, Donatism, Peasants, Salic Law, and more.
And yet there are some very interesting discussions in Shakespeare of the seemingly more mundane sense of geography, pertaining to place or the world in a more limited sense, such as the Salic law in Henry V or the geopolitical tensions that constrain the Denmark of Hamlet.
Henry V cannot plainly deal with the succession questions it raises, both because they are too "explosive" and because the Salic Law problem intensifies and complicates them, and so the play "performs a carefully sustained dance around them" (87).
Just if Salic Law had not prevented it, and Queen Victoria II, not King Edward VII, had inherited the throne of England in 1901.
Mr.Midhat Salic, Assistant Minister for Foreign Trade, Pakistans Ambassador to Bosnia Mr.
Guevarra, Adrian Bataan, Steve John Salic, Joel Cruz and Ryan Al Aman.
What if the Salic law preventing female succession to German thrones had not applied in 1837 and Victoria had become Queen of Hanover as well as Great Britain?
Under Salic Law, women were debarred from the line of succession, but the situation was not clear-cut, for the king of France had always been a Catholic and Henry of Navarre was a Huguenot.