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He has enormous talent and supreme confidence, so much so that he was asked Tuesday whose iron game he might take to replace his own and replied, “I’m very satisfied with mine.”
With Democrats on track to hold the House, albeit by a smaller margin, legislative gridlock will continue to reign supreme — regardless of who’s president.
For more than 30 years, conservatives have been using their legislative authority in the states to expand supreme courts, including recently in the states of Georgia and Arizona.
As a general rule, the Supreme Court of the United States has the final word on questions of federal law, but state supreme courts have the final say on questions of their own state’s law.
From enhanced bass response and volume to increased sound isolation, there are countless reasons why over-the-ear headphones reign supreme when you want the most out of your music collection.
That would mean that the court is open to claims from state supreme courts under state constitutions.
The state supreme court upheld the law, but its ruling represented the most significant diminishment of public rights under the law to date.
My stepfather and I were given two different shovels—this Snow Joe and another that need not be named—to see which reigned supreme.
There had been but the one thing which had ever been to him supremely desirable.
MARION FAYANTHONY TROLLOPE
That which is supremely simple and supremely absolute stands in need of nothing.

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