01. The ascent of Mount Logan was the [supreme] challenge of his brief climbing career.
02. Adolf Hitler believed in the [supremacy] of a German master race.
03. The case is set to go before the [Supreme] Court next month.
04. The American basketball team is [supremely] confident that it will win the gold medal at the Olympics.
05. In ancient times, the King was considered the [supreme] authority in all matters of state.
06. There is an Indian proverb which states that non-violence is the [supreme] law of life.
07. The planet Jupiter is named after the [supreme] god of the Romans.
08. The leader of Mars became the [Supreme] Commander of the Universe after eating the previous commander from Saturn.
09. Sun Tzu once said that [supreme] excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting.
10. Larry seems [supremely] confident of winning the tournament, but I wouldn't bet on him.
11. The male image of God serves to indirectly reinforce male [supremacy] on Earth.
12. In Paraguay, men are generally considered to be the [supreme] authority in their homes, and in public.
13. In 1988, the President of Pakistan decreed that the Islamic legal code would be the [supreme] law in that nation.
14. Whereas the political [supremacy] of Athens lasted only about 50 years, that of Rome endured nearly 500.
15. In 1535, Cardinal John Fisher was executed at Tower Hill in London after refusing to recognize King Henry VIII as [supreme] head of the Church of England.
16. The victory of British forces under General Wolfe over the French on the Plains of Abraham in 1759 ensured British [supremacy] in Canada.
17. Victor Hugo once stated that the [supreme] happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved.
18. The [supremacy] of the Pope began to be questioned beginning around the fourteenth century.
19. In the thirteenth century, the church was seen as the [supreme] authority, not only in regards to faith and morals, but also in intellectual and political affairs.
20. Marilyn French once stated that women suffer wherever male [supremacy] exists.

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