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A native or inhabitant of Monaco.
- ‘To the west of the bay, La Condamine, the home of the Monégasques, is at the foot of the old town, forming its harbor and port sector.’
- ‘As almost everybody in an overburdened world knows by now, the Monégasques do not pay taxes.’
- ‘She's taken the time to recover for real, and all of a sudden she's smiling again, to the intense satisfaction of the tabloids and the Monégasques.’
- ‘Native Monégasques come mainly from an area of central Europe once called Rhaetia and now part of Switzerland and Austria.’
- ‘Many Monégasques prayed anyway in the little Sainte-Devoté church, dedicated to Monaco's patron saint, or the cathedral beside the palace.’
- ‘The population of the Principality consists of 29,972 inhabitants, 5,070 of whom are Monégasques, 12,047 French and 5,000 Italian (according to the last official census in 1990).’
Relating to Monaco or its inhabitants.
- ‘All Monégasque children under the age of twelve are invited to an annual palace Christmas party that includes refreshments, entertainment, and a gift for every child.’
- ‘The customs are leased to France but not the post, and French stamps are not valid in the Principality nor are the Monégasques ones in France.’
- ‘The husband of a Monégasque national has no right to acquire Monégasque nationality.’
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