Citations:super

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English citations of super

Noun: supernaturalist[edit]

2007 September 29, Paul Geisert and Mynga Futrell, “Synopsis”, The Brights' Net, archived on 2007-09-29:
Individuals are either brights or supers (can’t be both). There are brights of all stripes and supers of all stripes – one humanity, one world.
  • 2010 January 29, Bruce M. Hood, The Science of Superstition: How the Developing Brain Creates Supernatural Beliefs, New York: HarperOne, ISBN 9780061452659, OL 25113720M, page 64:
    The world does not neatly divide into Brights and Supers on the basis of belief.

Noun: superhero[edit]

  • 1997 October 11, Rushing, Steven, “Re: Physics we usually ignore in the Supers genre”, rec.games.frp.super-heroes, Usenet:
    In a super world, there are normals too.
  • 1998 November 15, Sanders, Spence, “Supers, citizens, police and powers of arrest”, rec.games.frp.super-heroes, Usenet:
    In a world with supers the laws as they are right now in the real world would be irrelevant.
  • 2007, Audrey Anton, “The Nietzchean Influence in The Incredibles and the Sidekick Revolt”, in Terrence R. Wandtke editor, The Amazing Transforming Superhero!: Essays on the Revision of Characters in Comic Books, Film and Television, McFarland, ISBN 9780786431892, OL 11045601M, page 211:
    The commoners in the film benefit from the contributions the supers makes to society since the supers can do all sorts of things that many people cannot.

Latin citations of super

  • Inscription on the dome of St. Peter's Basilica; Matthew 16:18 (Vulgate)
    TV ES PETRVS ET SVPER HANC PETRAM AEDIFICABO ECCLESIAM MEAM
    You are Peter [='the Rock'], and on this rock I will build my church.