Of course, the U.S. Constitution as written bans religious law from superseding our own laws by way of the Supremacy Clause.
This was followed by a third superseding indictment in which the number of counts was reduced to five.
In May of 2008, a superseding indictment was issued upping the number of counts to fifteen.
Indeed, many Sophists and Rhetors presented themselves not as superseding,49 but as expounding and illustrating, the poets.
As yet there was no idea of superseding the episcopal functions.
Hence was formed from it the anomalous genitive its superseding the Saxon his.
Sir John Moore then, superseding them all, took the command.
Cities now arose in all its provinces, superseding in Greek cities.
The Queen was ill; Columbus was in disgrace; there was talk of superseding him.
The conception which seems to be superseding the idea of progress in our day is that of control.
mid-15c., Scottish, "postpone, defer," from Middle French superceder "desist, delay, defer," from Latin supersedere "sit on top of, stay clear of, abstain from, forbear, refrain from," from super "above" (see super-) + sedere "to sit" (see sedentary). In Scottish law, a judicial order protecting a debtor. Meaning "displace, replace" first recorded 1640s. Related: Superseded; superseding.