supremity

supremity

(sʊˈprɛmɪtɪ)
n
another name for supremacy
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Accordingto Ruyter (1997), many marketing researchers have recognized the supremity of service and satisfaction quality.
The visitors chalked up their first points with a 22nd-minute penalty from Lawrence Rayner and the remainder of the half saw both packs wrestling for supremity.
It may be early days but Sunderland are already playing catch-up to local rivals Newcastle for North East supremity.
A minute's silence was observed in memory of John Fowler on a day when his widow, Lady 'Chich' Fowler, had Supremity, her first runner as a trainer, ridden by her son, Harry
Dionysias aren't just alpines, more an exercise in horticultural supremity.
More significantly, Cannock followed up with a convincing 5-2 at Loughborough Students - a side who were expected to challenge Cannock's supremity this season.
Also, mechanism, lack of manpower and the display of Western supremity was greatly evident in the crystal clear automatic glass doors that made no effort to welcome you, the escalators which paid attention to your weight while transporting you and the security checks that constantly reminded you of terrorism.
In the meantime, with the battle for Afrikaner cultural supremity and security won, the church could turn its enormous energies to the well-being of other communities.
Yesterday: Viscount, Amsterdam; Norqueen, Europoort; Norsky, Zeebrugge; Yara Gas II, Purfleet; Christian Essberger, Antwerp; Multitank Britannia, Graypen; Kappagas, Antwerp; Wisdom, Gdynia; Containerships VIII, Ghent; Swanland, Lerwick; Supremity, Dordrecht; Bastiaan Broere, Rotterdam; Arctic Swan, Ghent.