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I mean, you’d be crazy not to say so, but the belief that Metro is going to bring enormous benefits has superseded those concerns.
The user-generated, user-valuable content has been superseded by content that Google or advertisers want us to see.
Just a few months after SARS-CoV-2 was identified in China last January, for example, a new variant, called D614G, superseded the original strain.
A view of the duchess's ball-room, or of the dining-table of the earl, will supersede all occasion for lengthy fiddle-faddle.
There is to be no sovereign power, great or small, other than American, and tribal wards are to supersede dattoships.
By the act, which it was intended to supersede, all foreign sugar was subjected to a duty of 63s.
Led astray by party spirit, the ministers sent Admiral Pigot, a mere nonentity, to supersede Rodney.
It is destined to supersede the one, and to introduce the other.
Far from degenerating, the Australians show advance when they supersede their beast or other totem by an eponymous human hero.
The study of the Bible and of the fathers was to supersede the idle questions of the schools, and in his Tract.

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