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COURT, SUPREME. Supreme court is the name of a court having jurisdiction over all other courts Vide Courts of the United States.

SUPREME. That which is superior to all other things; as the supreme power of the state, which is an authority over all others. The supreme court, which is superior to all other courts.

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The Supremes had eight individual members, including icons Dina Ross and Mary Wilson, and each of the eight ladies contributed to the group's recording and performing success.
Mick said: "I saw the 'new' Supremes rehearsing and they were extremely good.
He notes Ross and the other Supremes "hated 'Where Did Our Love Go.' They thought it was a leftover nobody else wanted.
You know they say Dreamgirls is based on The Supremes but it is nothing to do with us, they just used our history.
You will also see the singers perform the Supremes' choreographed routines while dressed in their stylish costumes.
The electoral tribunals for the elections for the House of Representatives and the Senate-where six Supremes sat-affirmed and used the 25-percent requirement.
El's performance at the wedding is the calm before a truly epic storm that rips open tender wounds from the past and catches the Supremes and their families in its terrible wake.
Heat a little oil and butter in a frying pan and quickly brown the supremes on the skin side.
Ross encouraged the crowd to sing along to the evening's first Supremes song, the 1966 Top 5 hit, "My World Is Empty Without You'': That is, if they knew the words.
Chicken supremes - 4; sea- soned flour - 25gm; egg - 1; oil - 50gm; butter - 50gm; aspara- gus tips - 200gm; jus-lie - 60gm
I'm dancing to the Supremes while making dinner When I happen to look at my dolphin bone-- I found it down on the beach's rocks A long curved bone It reminds me of the long curved backs of dolphins As they roll up out of the sea.
* ITH 12 number ones, The Supremes were the most commercially successful of Motown's acts and one of the biggest female groups of all time.