Examples of transcendence in a Sentence
makes a case for the transcendence of Louis Armstrong's contributions to the field of jazz
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Such transcendence is perhaps most salient in Mexico City artist Martin Soto Climent’s installation at Michael Benevento, near Koreatown.
But the Flaming Lips generally play the same set list every night, while Yo La Tengo finds transcendence in spontaneity.
Music and the clan of women who keep them at arm’s length are their sole salvation, their way of escaping their purgatory and their path to transcendence.
Buddha, a frequent subject of Scott’s art, seems to be giving basketball as a kind of blessing, a path to transcendence and beauty.
This tender constellation is associated with kindness, compassion, and karmic transcendence, so when amorous Venus glides into Pisces, expect a showering of affection in your life.
Very few moments in our culture actually achieve transcendence.
Yet unlike, say, sports or religion, rock ‘n’ roll — which also aims for transcendence, and dominated a good chunk of the 20th century — remains woefully underexplored on stage.
Young’s transcendence has drowned out other individual feats of brilliance around the country, but they shouldn’t be ignored altogether.
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