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supreme

/su·preme/ (soo-prēm´) ultimate, greatest; highest; used in anatomy for the one in a group having the most superior location.
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Starting this week, Fazoli's will be distributing Supremo Dad Trading Card flyers locally.
from that throne of the afterworld, installed in a crypt, where he dwelled as a reclining and somber Dios termino, a voice arose, an unceasing cryptic monologue; it was the spoken word dictated by El Supremo into writing; the word that was heard first and written later, as it is in all the great books of humanity written for the people so that individuals will read it.
Bahujan Samaj Party supremo and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati will address a public rally in support of party candidates Kunwar Chand Vakeel (Agra) and Seema Upadhyay (Fatehpur Sikri) at Kothi Meena Bazaar, Shahganj on Tuesday.
LAST STAND: Treherbert RFC lost their last game despite some coaching from Welsh supremo Shaun Edwards, above
And last night Welsh football supremo Peter Rees said: "We remain totally opposed to any involvement in a GB side at the Olympics and none of our players would participate.
But with key figures such as F1 supremo Ecclestone having earlier called for the FIA chief to step down, it would seem his time is still running out despite yesterday's decision.
STATEMENT: Barclays' investment banking supremo has insisted there is no black hole in the company's accounts.
Mr Bridges was "distinctly unimpressed" at his boss's appointment of ex-newspaper editor Andy Coulson as media supremo.
The Pek Wine Steward comes in two models: The Preservo ($99) and the Supremo ($199).
The vouchers are for either Supremo Supermarkets, which operates stores in high-crime Plainfield and Elizabeth in the county and Newark in neighboring Essex County, or Modell's, a regional chain of sporting goods stores.
Dolan has informed England supremo Ian Irwin that he's staying in amateur boxing," divisional secretary Ron Harvey told me.
Speculation that the Manchester United manager was embroiled in a major dispute with stud supremo John Magnier had been prevalent for months.