Supremacy

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Supremacy may refer to:

Law[edit]

  • Supremacy (European Union law), a European Union legal doctrine by which EU law has primacy of that of its member states
  • The Supremacy Clause of the US Constitution, which establishes that the Constitution, Treaties and Federal statutes are the highest law in the U.S. legal system
  • Acts of Supremacy, 16th century laws in England concerning King Henry VIII and the church

Culture[edit]

Film[edit]

  • Supremacy (film), 2014, directed by Deon Taylor and written by Eric J. Adams
  • The Supremacy, a Mega-class Star Destroyer and personal flagship of Supreme Leader Snoke in Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi

Games[edit]

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Other uses[edit]

  • Supremacism, a philosophy that one is superior to others, or to dominate, control, or rule those who are not
  • Air supremacy, the aerial control of a battlefield by one side's air force
  • Petrine supremacy, in the Catholic church

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