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The Edict of 1635 is considered a prime example of the Japanese desire for.






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Among the Romans this word sometimes signified, a citation to appear before a judge.



The edict was written for each province in its own script, for each ethnic group in its own language, and to the Jews in their own script and language.



The Edict of 1635 was written to the two commissioners of , a port city located in southwestern Japan.





Edicts are somewhat similar to public proclamations.


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    edict. a decree; an authoritative proclamation or command; a dictum, pronouncement. Not to be confused with: addict – one who is physiologically or psychologically dependent on a substance such as alcohol or a narcotic; one who is addicted to an activity or habit; a fanatic.
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    edict / ( ˈiːdɪkt) / noun a decree, order, or ordinance issued by a sovereign, state, or any other holder of authority any formal or authoritative command, proclamation, etc Derived forms of edict edictal, adjective edictally, adverb Word Origin for edict C15: from Latin ēdictum, from ēdīcere to declare
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    Edict: an order publicly issued by an authority. Synonyms: bull, decree, diktat… Find the right word.
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    edict meaning: 1. an official order, especially one that is given in a forceful and unfair way: 2. an official…. Learn more.
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    Define edict. Edict as a noun means An official public proclamation or order issued by authority; decree
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