And this attack only underscored the company's pre-eminence.
Here's the point: All this clean-tech talk is just another example of China's pre-eminence as the world's superpower.
Improvement is his supreme attribute; and this it is which gives him the pre-eminence over all the creatures which surround him.
Then, and not till then, will it be entitled to the pre-eminence.
Those who had discharged the office of consul enjoyed the pre-eminence of rank over the other senators.
But it is within doors that the pre-eminence of my chimney is most manifest.
These two Counties I last named, have the pre-eminence of all the rest in the Land.
One historian only gives him the pre-eminence that is undoubtedly his due.
I hope it is clear that there is a logic behind God's claim to pre-eminence.
It was by the lure of this fallacy that Brussels lost her pre-eminence.
also pre-eminence, c.1200, from Late Latin praeeminentia "distinction, superiority," from Latin praeeminentem (nominative praeeminens), present participle of praeeminere "transcend, excel," literally "project forward, rise above," from prae "before" (see pre-) + eminere "stand out, project" (see eminent).