Supra (Latin for "above") is an academic and legal citation signal used when a writer desires to refer a reader to an earlier-cited authority. For example, an author wanting to refer to a source in his or her third footnote would cite: See `supra note 3. Or for text in that note: ``See ```supra text accompanying note 3. Supra can
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Latin, meaning: (+ acc.) above.
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[ Latin ; akin to super
. See Super-
.] Over; above; before; also, beyond; besides; -- much used as a prefix.
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• (adv.) Over; above; before; also, beyond; besides; -- much used as a prefix.
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(n) The word supra is used to represent a decision, order judgment etc referred or mentioned in the document previously. The Latin word 'soo - prah' means above. When a case or decision is initially referred it contains full details , when its reference is again called later the details of the case or decision is substituted by the word 'supra'
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(sooh-prah) Latin for "above," in legal briefs and decisions it refers to the citation of a court decision which has been previously mentioned. Thus a case when first cited will be referred to as Guinn v. United States, (1915) 238 U.S. 347, meaning it can be found in volume 238 of the U.S. Reports (of the Supreme Court) at page 347 and was decided
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Latin prefix = superior to.
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A Supra (Georgian: სუფრა supʰra) is a traditional Georgian feast and an important part of Georgian social culture. There are two types of Supra: a festive supra (ლხინის სუფრა, [lxɪnɪs sʊpʰra]), called a Keipi, and a sombre supra (ჭირის სუფრა, [tʃʼɪrɪs sʊpʰra]), called a
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Latin for above.
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above; earlier in a text
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