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- Federal regulations, which supersede local ordinances, continue to prescribe heavy penalties even in some cases death for major dealers of illegal drugs, including marijuana.
- He became the first university president to run college sports' largest governing body, and worked to change the perception that wins supersede academics in college athletics.
- The trouble began in the first round when 13-year-old Audrey Mathews of Washington was sent down in tears for spelling supersede with a "c.
- Jeffrey Loria in MLB.com
Decisions on individual personnel cannot supersede our overall goal, which is to win,Loria said. "We believe we can do better and be better. We owe it to our fans to put this team in the best possible position to win. Everyone knows how I...
- Barack Obama in CNN
The fund "will not supersede individuals' or states' rights to present claims in court," he said.
- Mark Hughes in AFP
Victory left big-spenders City sixth in the table, 11 points adrift of Chelsea, and Hughes said: "Arsenal and Chelsea are there to be beaten, they are the challenge for us. We want to supersede them at some stage and at the moment we are just...