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Definition of 'transcendence'

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They let their separate selves burn away like so many thousands of matches, annihilating themselves in an all-consuming transcendence. Zindell, David THE BROKEN GOD (2003)And such large words they were too: soul and spirit, struggle and transcendence, justice and morality. Appiganesi, Lisa DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2003)Complete the line in the narrator's Tribute to Hampshire: `A domain where a man might reasonably...' C: `Attain transcendence. David Cavanagh MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)

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