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    In anatomical terminology superior (from Latin, meaning 'above') is used to refer to what is above something, and inferior (from Latin, meaning 'below') to what is below it.

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    Thank you for your answer. I wtite it in my blog. By the way, I found determination this both too. Superior having a seniority or leading with respect to a specific quality or distinction. Inferior having a secondary or minor rating with respect to a specific quality or distinction. I found this information in What is the Difference Between Superior and Inferior? | Differencebtwn
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