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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of supersede.


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  • To believers, the word supersedes earthly matters.

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  • To believers, the word supersedes earthly matters ... "

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  • No one would have said Mrs. Hartopp's nursery; and when in such a department the man's name supersedes the woman's, can more be said in proof of the tenderness he excites?

    What Will He Do with It? — Volume 03

  • Regardless of Brown's ruling, the protesters still believe that freedom of expression supersedes municipal bylaws, said organizer Taylor Chelsea.

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  • An overall well-balanced and pleasant expression supersedes the importance of individual parts. New Blogs and RSS Feeds

  • Look up the word "supersedes" and stop with the ignorance already.

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  • Louisiana election officials disagreed with Project Vote's assessment, saying the state has its own voter purge process that "supersedes" the federal law.

    Three States Accused of Illegally Purging Voter Lists

  • Many scholars and pundits speak of the Black Church as a singular entity, notwithstanding the many different denominations found within Black Protestantism.15 In doing so, they are assuming that what unites these denominations—race—supersedes the theological, stylistic, and organizational differences that might divide them.

    American Grace

  • One motive, however, supersedes the rest; Nura believes there are no female role models in Southern Sudan and her ambition is to become the first.

    'My mechanic's overalls will make me a role model for other women'

  • No, I am not, but I think we both know that there is loads of legal precedent that the federal constitution supersedes the states.

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