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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The results were always touchingly human, and over two hours spent so intimately with a rock n’ roll legend, discomfort and transcendence revealed themselves to be a two-way street.
In O’Keeffe’s wonderful Red and Orange Streak (1919), an abstract outburst of energy and transcendence slashes across a landscape like a hot flame.
In Strong’s assured performance, the aristocratic, apolitical Lysistrata cycles through grief, rage, rebellion and transcendence as her protest movement unites Athens’ bifurcated female populace — first her fellow housewives and then the courtesans.
Awareness of its constructs and confines does not equal transcendence of them.
There were times in my adult life when this happened before, without any assistance: strange, fleeting moments of transcendence.
What does the new science of psychedelics teach us about consciousness, dying, addiction, depression, and transcendence?
This question grows more pressing as his state of mind enters end of life transcendences, all of which are described lyrically by Urrea.
There was also a verve, an intensity to Curry—who was in supernova mode on a nightly basis—that infected the entire team and fueled its transcendence.
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