They would not, for example, supersede federal law regarding the Establishment Clause in the First Amendment.
Netanyahu is meanwhile scrambling to supersede the Plessner committee with intra-coalition negotiations conducted by himself.
Sport does have this incredible power to supersede current affairs and politics.
In the progress of civilization, law has superseded the ordeal by battle; and law must now supersede this conflict.
But with the operations of magic Rodogune had delighted to supersede the parsimony of nature.
Vasco Nuez was beheaded in 1517 by Pedrarias de Avila, who was sent out to supersede him.
Gutenberg's letters of lead are about to supersede Orpheus's letters of stone.
The old English model was declared obsolete, and fashion dictated that Italian villas must supersede the old houses.
In this it differs from the common concordance, which, of course, it does not supersede.
Burnside was appointed to supersede him—a man, in every way unfit for the command of a large army.
mid-15c., Scottish, "postpone, defer," from Middle French superceder "desist, delay, defer," from Latin supersedere "sit on top of, stay clear of, abstain from, forbear, refrain from," from super "above" (see super-) + sedere "to sit" (see sedentary). In Scottish law, a judicial order protecting a debtor. Meaning "displace, replace" first recorded 1640s. Related: Superseded; superseding.