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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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.
But listen closely, and bodily transcendence is not exactly grist for motivational posters.
Someone who wants everything to be clear and sure presumes to control God’s transcendence.
But his victory on Saturday carried the sweet, unmistakable scent of transcendence.
After Saturday's performance by the Cleveland Orchestra, the last in a three-part exploration of ecstasy in music, listeners were nowhere (besides Severance Hall) if not in a state of transcendence.
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