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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of superordinate.
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In these cases of labor, of employers, and of women the more comprehensive, superordinated group is differentiated from, and supersedes, the more personal group-affiliations, which only contained certain potentialities for the formation of the superordinated group.
Augustine, and which then held sway through the entire Middle Ages and up to the most recent times; and to these were added and superordinated, without any clear connection, the three theological virtues (§ 31).