verb (supercedes, superceding, superceded)
- (misspelling of, supersede)
Etymology: From (term, superceden, lang=enm), from (term, superceder, lang=frm), from (term, supersedere, lang=la): (term, super-, , over-, lang=la) + (term, sedere, , to sit, lang=la).
- 1491: Acta Dom. Conc.
- : He sall í¾e payment of í¾e said vc frankis.
- 1857: The American Law Register " On the Doctrine of Uses as an Element of our Law of Conveyances, Vol. 6, â„– 2/3
- : To it a new species of conveyancing owes its origin, which dispenses with livery of seisin, and almost entirely supercedes, in practice, the employment of common law deeds.
- 2000: Juliet Floyd & Hilary Putnam, The Journal of Philosophy " A Note on Wittgenstein"s "Notorious Paragraph" about the Godel Theorem, Vol. 97, â„– 11
- : They saw themselves as providing a freestanding "ideal language" or "concept-language," what W. V. Quine has called a first-grade conceptual scheme, which in some sense supercedes ordinary language.
- 2002: Amy Kapczynski, The Yale Law Journal " Queer Brinksmanship: Citizenship and the Solomon Wars, Vol. 112, â„– 3
- : The DoD? may contend that the consolidated Solomon Amendment, passed in 1999, National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2000 Â§ 549, supercedes the regulations.
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