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supra-

 
word element [L.], above.

supra-

A position above the part indicated by the word to which it is joined; in this sense, the same as super-; opposite of infra-.
[L. supra, on the upper side]

supra-

Prefix denoting a position above the part indicated by the word to which it is joined; in this sense, the same as super-; opposite of infra-
[L. supra, on the upper side]

supra-

Prefix denoting above.

supra-

Combining form meaning a position above the part indicated by the word to which it is joined; in this sense, the same as super-; opposite of infra-.
[L. supra, on the upper side]
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Two versions are available, the standard Supra and the Supra Pro, which is the one we've been testing.
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The latest Japanese model inherits key styling features from both the Supra A80 (1993) and the Toyota 2000 GT (1967).
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Beautifully engineered and functional by design, the All-New Toyota GR Supra sets the bar high for all sports cars in the years to come.
Inside the cockpit, the All-New Toyota GR Supra is built to provide the best insulation and cruising experience for its driver.
Tested and developed at the Nurburgring, the new two-seater GR Supra has been designed with a 50/50 weight distribution, low centre of gravity and shorter wheelbase to give it better grip and stability - and it shows.
The new fifth-generation Supra marks the end of the 17-year hiatus since production of the previous generation concluded in 2002.
(23) See Otis, supra note 19 (discussing the development of new laws and regulations in response to oppression by the British crown).
Caballero, Gestational Surrogacy in California, in HANDBOOK OF GESTATIONAL SURROGACY, supra note 2, 296, 296-97; SPAR, supra note 10, at 85; Smolin, supra note 1, at 315.