A vision--a transcendently
seductive vision of a Mexican girl arose before her.
If her countenance and hair had rather a floury appearance, as though from living in some transcendently
genteel Mill, it was rather because she was a chalky creation altogether, than because she mended her complexion with violet powder, or had turned grey.
The inspiration-- I can call it by no other name--was that I felt how voluntarily, how transcendently
, I MIGHT.
I find it, however, so transcendently
stimulating and clarifying to the mind that its secondary action is a matter of small moment."
'He was,' replied he, with the same calm gravity as before; 'but do not wrong me by supposing that I could continue my friendship and esteem to a man who could so infamously, so impiously forsake and injure one so transcendently
- well, I won't speak of it.
Ensure your parents are in a transcendently
Aware that it cannot restore what has been omitted, the text nonetheless evokes it materially rather than transcendently
. The holes in the artistic narrative are viscerally marked by basely physical details that disgust.
As Thompson explains it, even "Divine embodiment [is] transcendently
inferior to the Divine Ideal" in this world (87).
The Hegelian conception excellently highlights the way in which the horizontal movement is interwoven with the transcendently
directed verticality of dialectical transformation.
frequently presented holistically and homogenously, transcendently
enterprises] are not transcendently
good; they may be admirably drawn to
Its language and plot turns are charming as hell, and its awed and irreverent takes on the classics -- Austen, yes, but also Jewish tradition more broadly -- make it absolutely geshmak -- or, if Ari isn't available to footnote that for you, transcendently