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  • 101 supreme — su|preme [su:ˈpri:m, sju: , sə US su , su: ] adj [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: supremus furthest above , from superus; SUPERIOR1] 1.) having the highest position of power, importance, or influence ▪ the Supreme Allied Commander in Europe ▪ a …

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  • 102 power — I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French poer, pouer, from poer to be able, from Vulgar Latin *potēre, alteration of Latin posse more at potent Date: 13th century 1. a. (1) ability to act or produce an effect… …

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  • 103 Supreme Court of Cuba — The People s Supreme Court (Tribunal Supremo Popular) is the highest body of judicial power in Cuba. It is elected by, and accountable to, the National Assembly of People’s Power. The judiciary are independent from the executive branch, as all… …

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  • 104 Supreme crime — The concept of supreme crime is a legal principle that to initiate a war not in self defense, but with the intent to conquer territory and subjugate other people, is more egregious than a normal crime. The term was introduced by Justice Robert H …

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  • 105 Supreme Court of Cassation of Bulgaria — The Supreme Court of Cassation (Върховен касационен съд Vurhoven kasatsionen sud) is the final court of appeal in the Republic of Bulgaria. Its work is governed by the Constitution of 1991. According to Article 124, it exercises supreme judicial… …

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  • 106 Supreme Being — noun the supernatural being conceived as the perfect and omnipotent and omniscient originator and ruler of the universe; the object of worship in monotheistic religions • Syn: ↑God • Derivationally related forms: ↑godly (for: ↑God) • Instance… …

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  • 107 Power Tower — This article is about the amusement ride. For the solar power installation, see solar power tower. For the mathematical operation, see tetration. For the mechanical power take off, see Power Tower (pto)The Power Tower is a vertical thrill ride… …

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  • 108 Supreme Court (Hong Kong) — The Supreme Court was the highest court in Hong Kong prior to the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong from the United Kingdom to the People s Republic of China in 1997 and heard cases passed on from the lower courts. Appeals from the Supreme… …

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  • 109 Supreme Court of Uganda — The Supreme Court of Uganda is the highest judicial organ in Uganda. It derives its powers from the 1995 constitution. It is majorly an appellate court with original jurisdiction in a few cases like presidential election petition. The Supreme… …

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  • 110 Supreme Court —    At the top of the judicial hierarchy in Israel is the Supreme Court. There is a president or chief justice and a number (determined by the Knesset) of associate justices. The court has original and appellate jurisdiction. It hears appeals from …

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  • 111 Supreme Court of Colombia — The Supreme Court of Colombia is the highest judicial body in Colombia and leads the judicial branch of the Government of Colombia. The court consists of twenty three magistrates, elected by the same institution in list conformed by the Superior… …

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  • 112 Supreme Military Command of the People's Republic of China — Throughout the history of the People s Republic of China, the position that effectively reigned as the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces changed from time to time. During some periods, it was not exactly clear who was the supreme commander… …

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  • 113 Supreme Court of Iceland — The Supreme Court of Iceland ( Hæstiréttur Íslands ) holds the highest judicial power in Iceland. The Court was founded under Act No. 22/1919 and held its first session on 16 February, 1920. External links* [http://www.haestirettur.is Supreme… …

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  • 114 supreme — 1. adjective /ˌsuːˈpɹiːm/ a) Dominant, having power over all others. supreme disgust b) At the greatest, most excellent, extreme, most superior, highest, or utmost. supreme courage , Syn: predominant, preponderant …

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  • 115 Supreme Court of the United States — The U.S. Supreme Court comprises the Chief Justice of the United States and such number of Associate Justices as may be fixed by Congress. Under that authority, and by virtue of the act of June 25, 1948 (62 Stat. 869; 28 U.S.C.A. 1), the number… …

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  • 116 Power to the People (book) — infobox Book name = Power to the People orig title = translator = author = Laura Ingraham cover artist = country = United States language = English series = subject = Politics genre = Non fiction publisher = Regnery Publishing release date =… …

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  • 117 Supreme Military Council — The Supreme Military Council was an ad hoc political party established in Ghana after a coup, lasting from 1975 to 1979. It consisted of two parts SMC I and SMC II that lasted in power, after which they were removed by another coup led by Flight… …

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  • 118 supreme executive power — Such power as will secure an efficient execution of the laws, which is the peculiar province of the executive department, to be accomplished, however, in the manner and by the methods and within the limitations prescribed by the constitution and… …

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  • 119 supreme being — noun God, or a similar deity characterized by power over all things, including over all other deities …

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  • 120 supreme — su·preme || sÊŠ prɪːm adj. having the most power or authority; highest, greatest, most important; ultimate, final …

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