supra quadratas crustas discurrunt tres fasciæ et tres velut astragali, quorum duo teretes, supremus quadratus velut regula.
supra fasciam, denticuli; supra denticulos, folia Corinthia.
Sciurus carolinensis pennsylvanicus, Rhoads, Appendix of reprint of Ord (supra), p. 19.
The seventh objection is that we have already discussed ('supra', p. 178).
The narrow œsophagus leads out from the pharynx and is completely surrounded by the supra- and infra-œsophageal nerve masses.
Regarding the Indian native princes, see Archer and Chirol, supra.
Compare with his brother's persistence in the Batture controversy, supra, 100-15.
See Marshall's statement of this principle, supra, 293, 355.
It resembles one limb of the Buddhist cross, Fig. 37, supra.
See Marshall's opinion in Cohens vs. Virginia, supra, 347-57.
word-forming element meaning "above, over, beyond, before," from Latin supra "above, over, before, beyond," in supera (parte), literally "on the upper (side)," from old fem. ablative singular of superus (adj.) "above," related to super "above, over" (see super-).
Above; over; on top of: supracostal.
Greater than; transcending: supraliminal.