Unfortunately, the good language pruners of lake superior State University missed one.
The rocky northern shore of lake superior north of Duluth, Minnesota—it looks like the Maine seacoast.
In relation to "the number, value, and position of the copper mines on the south shore of lake superior."
Vessels have sailed all the way from lake superior to England.
This area embraces the summit land between lake superior and the upper Mississippi.
“Pete” was a lake superior Indian and had never run a rapid in his life.
They were here not very far west of the western end of lake superior.
From his poem, "On receiving an eagle's quill from lake superior."
About 1736 the first sailing vessel on lake superior was constructed and furnished through Montreal commercial enterprise.
He had been sent by Talon to investigate the copper mines of lake superior.
late 14c., "higher in position," from Old French superior, from Latin superiorem (nominative superior) "higher," comparative of superus "situated above, upper," from super "above, over" (see super-). Meaning "higher in rank or dignity" is attested from late 15c.; sense of "of a higher nature or character" is attested from 1530s. Original sense was preserved more strongly in French (cf. les étages supérieur "the upper stories"), and in Lake Superior, a loan-translation of French Lac Supérieur, literally "upper lake" (it has the highest elevation of the five Great Lakes).
superior su·pe·ri·or (su-pēr'ē-ər)
Higher than another in rank, station, or authority.
Situated above or directed upward.
Situated nearer the top of the head.