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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According to the studies conducted on pistachio cultivation soils in Kerman province, it is shown that such soils classified in Aridisols and Entisols order level and contain Salic and Gypsic diagnostic horizons based on soil taxonomy [14,11].
Dave Billing, spokesman for the group, said: "Preliminary investigations show that Mrs P Salters (Jeremy Peace's sister) transferred 880 of her holding of 890 shares to Salic Inc on 12 September.
Salic law forbade the female succession in Hanover and so William's 66 year old brother Ernst August became King George III's fifth son the Duke of Cumberland, an extraordinary sinister figure who was not much liked and who was described by his sister in law Queen Caroline as a very odious man But Schloss Marienburg has always had all the poignancy and romance of the dream castles created by King Ludwig of Bavaria, who was, as is wellknown, Wagner's greatest fan.
He faces ex-Irish Relaxed Gesture, second in the Grade 1 Manhattan Handicap on his most recent effort, and Darley Stable's late-developer Salic Law.
Hierarchy of birth assumed numerous applications in Germanic Salic law-particularly in the Frankish kingdoms.
I have never taken part in politics; I have never voted, and the last event in the political realm that truly concerned me or had anything to do with me in a clear and honest way was the fall of Constantinople at the hands of the Turks on May 29, 1453, nor have I failed to recognize that I still have not gotten over the trip to Canossa by the Salic King Henry IV in January 1077 to pay homage to the Sovereign Pontiff Gregory VII--a trip of such ill-fated consequences for the Christian West.
Metaluminous Siluro-Devonian bimodal batholiths similar to the Fogo Island Batholith occur between the Dog Bay and Red Indian lines (Mount Peyton, Loon Bay, Long Island), but northwest of the Red Indian Line only sparse Siluro-Devonian salic dykes occur (Elliot et al.
7 Salic Law excluded whom or what from inheritance and succession?
22) Another theory, propounded by Frederic William Maitland and Oliver Wendell Holmes, attributed the origin of the trust to the Salic salmannus--a position that is likened to that of the feoffee to uses.
Shakespeare's Henry V launches his invasion of France after his legal advisers reassure him that he is the legitimate heir to the French throne, notwithstanding the Salic law prohibition on inheritance through the female line.
He wrongly thought it was children under 15 who were excluded from inheritance under Salic law and would have declined to answer it had he been on TV.
In the men's competition, Tom Meadows finished first in the shot put and discus, and Josh Salic (long jump) and Deshaun Sutton (100 meters) earned second-place finishes and James Hardy was third in the shot put.