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superseding

taking over a case of a patient under treatment by another veterinarian. In general terms this is poor professional etiquette unless the other veterinarian has been consulted and agrees to the change. However, there are many situations in which professional etiquette is overridden by the need to provide the best treatment for the animal.
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He maintained that compassion must supersede justice; that 'just struggles must occur within the ethos of compassion.
Other Information in Documents Containing Audited Financial Statements: Supersedes AU Sections 550, Other Information in Documents Containing Audited Financial Statements, and 551, Reporting on Information Accompanying the Basic Financial Statements in Auditor-Submitted Documents
Supersedes AU section 333, Written Representations, in AICPA Professional Standard
The SSAE supersedes AT section 501, Reporting on an Entity's Internal Control Over Financial Reporting.
Gennaro says the new law brought by Jesus Christ supersedes the law of the Old Testament.
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Supreme Court ruled that federal law - which bars possessing, growing and furnishing marijuana - supersedes state law.
This Travel Warning supersedes the Travel Warning of September 1, 2004.
It, therefore, precedes the covenant with Israel and supersedes it.
Less in favor now as a poet, in a literary world where innovation often supersedes rhyme, melody or meaning, this substantial biography will bring Millay to life for a new generation.
The gravity of HIV/AIDS as a public health issue supersedes it as a political issue," Smiley told The Advocate.