Napoleonic-code



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[kawd na-paw-ley-awn] /kɔd na pɔ leɪˈɔ̃/
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the civil code of France, enacted in 1804 and officially designated in 1807.
/kɔd napɔleɔ̃/
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the civil code of France, promulgated between 1804 and 1810, comprising the main body of French civil law English name Napoleonic Code
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the English name for the Code Napoléon

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