Did you mayhaps mean supreme?
- n. Plural form of supremum.
“Is it nothing more than Salus populi esto suprema lex?”
“At the link above, Karen Meek, Euro Crime suprema, lists her top ten reads of 2007, with links to reviews of those books she's reviewed.”
“The waitress Priscilla offered to doff the uniform on the spot, but the manager, despite a twitch of prurient interest, insisted that it be laundered first, as it was badly dappled with salsa suprema.”
“It "would be a body blow to the whole concept of public funding," Edwards online suprema Tracy Joan Russo wrote recently.”
“¿Por qué, si la corte suprema de justicia había denunciado irregularidades en los miembros del DAS, no se realizaron investigaciones?”
“Late Update: Tracy Russo, the online suprema of the Edwards campaign (when it was in existence), weighs in with a few thoughts on the Edwards announcement, notably asking whether Edwards will end up campaigning for Obama between now and the end of the race.”
“Brainchild (as they say) of twitter-lit blog suprema Debra Hamel, it launches this Sunday, 28 October.”
“Whether or not you want to join in the January reading challenge, Debra (deblog suprema) reminds us that the quarterly "buy a friend a book week" (BAFABW) is next up FIRST OF JANUARY.”
“What the SSPX says about that is that things are so bad the "state of emergency" that the law we have to follow is: salus animarum suprema lex.”
“And as you know, the Catholic Church has not approved of this justification for their disobedience and for operating without reference to the Church. further, the princile "salus animarum suprema lex" is operative at all times, not just during alleged "states of emergency.”
Looking for tweets for suprema.