Prepositions after "supersede"
supersede by, on, in, until or with?
|In 83% of cases supersede by is used|
|In 1866 the Vestry was superseded by the Parochial Boards.|
|Then there's others who believe that truth was superseded by the real truth 700 years ago.|
|Capitalism should be superseded by local co-operative enterprise and local political decision-making.|
|Condominiums that were new and exciting are often superseded by new condos and apartments opening in Bangkok.|
|Economics therefore becomes the key motivator in ' new wars ' as older forms of grievance become superseded by greed.|
|Even laptops will be superseded by the mobile device of the future, he predicted, with desktop sales already flatlining.|
|The type was issued with only that one date (although scarce proofs exist dated 1848 ), and was superseded by the Gothic florin in 1852.|
|That is about to change: next year it will be superseded by the new Los Angeles Biennial, organized jointly by the Hammer Museum and LAXART.|
|Mounted troops, however, were equipped with a smaller round shield, the PARMA, which was soon superseded by a light oval shield of wood or leather.|
|In 8% of cases supersede on is used|
|He was superseded on as many as 14 occasions.|
|While in that post, he was superseded on 10 occasions.|
|He was again superseded on a number of occasions before being made DIG crime.|
|In 3% of cases supersede until is used|
|The Almagest was not superseded until a century after Copernicus presented his heliocentric theory in the De revolutionibus of 1543.|
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