supersedence


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The notion of hero was thought to map on to Yue and Cheung's (2000) concept of model in capturing the same concepts of worthiness and longevity; whereas the concept of celebrity was thought to map on to Yue and Cheung's concept of idol by capturing the supersedence of the popularity of the person concerned over their worthiness.
In one sense, what the Alhambra dream can suggest is a reinterpretation of Bloch's architectural metaphor, and the way it equates spatial hierarchy--the utopian "castle in the air" built over the dreamy "nocturnal labyrinth"--with conceptual hierarchy, utopia's supersedence of dream.
It is amendable (Article 48) and open to new parties who wish to accede to its terms (Article 49) (71) Also, Annex 36A contains some special terms devised for Canada,(72) including the supersedence of the benefits suspension provisions in Article 36.