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1. But that which you surpass.
2. The Muslim friend needs to surpass.
3. Surpass the beauty of any Rembrandt.
4. And then the result will surpass all expectations.
5. Discovering and analysing why the coachees could surpass.
6. Ruby's accuracy was starting to surpass Joseph's abilities.
7. Its lofty sciences and sound logic surpass all the human sciences.
8. I have to admit that these feelings led me to try and surpass her.
9. I think he’ll still surpass me as a caster in a few days though.
10. She tried to surpass all that she had done till then; and she succeeded.
11. In Roger’s view, they surpass the Getty Museum of Los Angeles, which is.
12. I always said you would surpass them in learning: and can you draw?
13. And for that to happen, the writing needs to surpass the quality of a journal.
14. If you are a small company, you can not only compete with, but surpass the big.
15. It is one thing to surpass GMan on the desk and have the best results of the month.
16. Slow to mature, these birds will surpass Rocks, Reds and other more common heavy breeds.
17. You are certainly a prodigy; you will soon not only surpass the railway, which would not.
18. Their attitude, expertise and level of organization surpass that of all my previous guides.
19. However, David could give himself away; he could actually surpass the price of a brand new Ford Focus.
20. Either he is an imbecile or that stretched super-sized uniform forces his ego to surpass his intellect.
21. The growth rates of children raised on raw milk far surpass those of the children who drink processed milk.
22. I confess that they quite surpass my expectations, and that I am utterly unable to account for your result.
23. Promise me you will surpass my legacy… he violently roared at me and hugged me instantly to console me.
24. Millet has doubtless painted better pictures, but for direct simple pathos it would be hard to surpass this.
25. After some time, Mitchell watched a barrage of rifling shots surpass his head for singles in the middle innings.
26. They surpass the lower ones in function and verity because they are of a conscious rather than mechanical nature.
27. Our goal is to lose 10lbs in 4 weeks (hence 10 in 4) and the vast majority of participants surpass this goal.
28. It is therefore not strange that women in business can be as successful as men and even surpass them in certain cases.
29. He strove to collect a band of followers, and followed the footsteps of Decesaris and Gasperone, whom he hoped to surpass.
30. As I witnessed his assault on my brothers, I could finally see, comprehend why nothing but a werewolf could surpass a vampire.
31. I began doing well and in a matter of weeks it looked as though my new “bizo” would surpass the main “bizo” for profit.
32. The risk you were insuring against, the possibility that the stock would surpass its all-time high, would be almost non-existent.
33. The lyrics touched him deeply, and he felt her desire to see him surpass the horror of Salverford, to escape the bitterness of reality.
34. The world considers it ethical and constitutional regardless of the disharmony as the job of the world is to surpass the wishes of God.
35. I am unpractised and ill at ease, clumsy, limited, in this matter of frank writing about feelings, a matter in which you so far surpass me.
36. Yes, she would undeniably be the center of attention this evening—even the symphony could not surpass her popularity in terms of admiration.
37. In reply we say that one of the firm qualities of the human spirit is the tendency to admire and appreciate those who surpass it in some respect.
38. Who would use money and position better than he meant to use them? Who could surpass him in self-abhorrence and exaltation of God's cause? And to Mr.
39. In the plenty of good land, the European colonies established in America and the West Indies resemble, and even greatly surpass, those of ancient Greece.
40. As the years have gone on, I evaluate the objectives set in the plan and guess what? I always meet, if not surpass, all the objectives set out in my plan.
41. It would take hours of work and would be exhausting for everyone, but the power unleashed would surpass anything that raw vengeance alone could accomplish.
42. Logan states that their united thickness may possibly far surpass that of all the succeeding rocks, from the base of the palaeozoic series to the present time.
43. I don’t think anyone will surpass that or question Aaron’s record of achievement, especially considering the pressure he went through during his baseball days.
44. Nothing could surpass the reverence and affection with which this unexpected visit from one who belongs rather to another world than to this, was received by his people.
45. The reason is, that art does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection; and thus, nature combined with art, and art with nature, will produce a perfect poet.
46. The first summary examination has shown that it has several new readings which surpass some of the other Septuagint texts in clearness of expression and simplicity of grammar.
47. This process is not necessarily instantaneous, although it can be if the threshold of conscious Influence can surpass the natural flow of time contained in the space-time Definition.
48. It was said that the city had been untouched by the war, and although it could not surpass Paris in terms of entertainment; it was a popular tourist destination for American soldiers.
49. At the same time, I say that the poet by nature who calls in art to his aid will be a far better poet, and will surpass him who tries to be one relying upon his knowledge of art alone.
50. It had barely passed five million, in a couple centuries Bhangyon would surpass it since it was now fourteen times as big as it was a century ago, when it was the same size as Sinbara.
51. Then, the market recovered starting in April 2003 to surpass the 1999 highs in mid-October 2007, which gave you a great opportunity to use call options as a bullish leverage investment.
52. However, we are likely as humans, to be at the dawn of human evolution in terms of future psychological/spiritual abilities to surpass and surmount the influences of human base instincts.
53. He’s not only a gracious protector and host, but can be loving, kind, and generous, and no one can surpass his knowledge or astute business acumen when it comes to grapes and wine making.
54. I suppose it would surpass your wildest thought if I should say I want the woman as much as you do, or that I could be telling sweet sentences to La Santa Roja, perhaps, better than you could.
55. Then went forth Rebecca to inquire of the Lord and the Lord said unto her Two nations are in your womb and two peoples are in your bowels and the one people shall surpass the other and the elder shall serve the younger.
56. The kind expression of your approbation of my conduct, in the discharge of the duties which you have been pleased to assign me as Speaker of the House, affords me that consolation which an approving conscience alone can surpass.
57. They reach and even surpass that value at times; but this occurs in the upper reaches of bull markets, when the lessons of practical experience would argue against the soundness of paying the prevailing prices for common stocks.
58. Albert understood the allusion in a moment, and was about to throw his glove at the count, when Morrel seized his hand, while Beauchamp and Chateau-Renaud, fearing the scene would surpass the limits of a challenge, held him back.
59. The Almighty has sent none of the noble messengers (cpth) but he has spoken in the tongue of his people, that is, he talks with them in their main interest and shows them of the signs what surpass that which they are prosperous in.
60. In reality this looks as though each of these powers waited every moment to be attacked by another, and these are the consequences,—universal distrust and a preternatural endeavour of one power to surpass the force of the others.
61. The mother's consternation was excessive; but it could not surpass the alarm of the Miss Steeles, and every thing was done by all three, in so critical an emergency, which affection could suggest as likely to assuage the agonies of the little sufferer.
62. The mother’s consternation was excessive; but it could not surpass the alarm of the Miss Steeles, and every thing was done by all three, in so critical an emergency, which affection could suggest as likely to assuage the agonies of the little sufferer.
63. But savage man, living dispersed among other animals, and finding himself betimes in a situation to measure his strength with theirs, soon comes to compare himself with them; and perceives that he surpasses them more in adroitness than they surpass him in.
64. As for our master Mohammad (cpth), he was sent to people at the time when eloquence was everywhere and poets competed to surpass one another in the use of language, and when possessions and the reign of kings had lost the value which they had previously held.
65. He did not think of or seek out his Provider by contemplating the creation of the universe, so he forgot the certainty of his own death, and, as his heart had taken to the feelings to which it had been introduced, he did not strive to surpass them in order to reach a higher level of insight into the Godly presence.
66. Not the white bull Jupiter swimming away with ravished Europa clinging to his graceful horns; his lovely, leering eyes sideways intent upon the maid; with smooth bewitching fleetness, rippling straight for the nuptial bower in Crete; not Jove, not that great majesty Supreme! did surpass the glorified White Whale as he so divinely swam.
67. Technological singularity is when AI surpasses human intelligence and breaks free to a new horizon, a big bang of machine consciousness that will surpass the limits of the human mind and Its, no longer ours, collective consciousness will be the one making the significant choices that will frame the future evolution of Eartheart-GlobalMind.
68. Sometimes she brings over her own string of horses from her native State, for she is a judge of sound and capable animals; and she has done more than any other one of her sex and race to prove that the American-built riding habit is a capital garment, and that when she is well mounted and in the field there are few in England who can surpass an American woman at hard and intelligent riding.
69. Anselmo, it is true, was somewhat more inclined to seek pleasure in love than Lothario, for whom the pleasures of the chase had more attraction; but on occasion Anselmo would forego his own tastes to yield to those of Lothario, and Lothario would surrender his to fall in with those of Anselmo, and in this way their inclinations kept pace one with the other with a concord so perfect that the best regulated clock could not surpass it.
70. An ordinary white man such as any of you—pardon me, I did not mean just that—rather, a white man above the ordinary in physique and intelligence could never, I grant you, have lived a year alone and naked in this tropical jungle; but this man not only surpasses the average white man in strength and agility, but as far transcends our trained athletes and 'strong men' as they surpass a day-old babe; and his courage and ferocity in battle are those of the wild beast.
71. By way of justification the governments claim that all their armaments and the consequent outlay are simply defensive in their character, but to the uninitiated the question naturally suggests itself: Whence is to come the attack if all the great powers are devoting themselves to a defensive policy? It certainly looks as if each one of them lived in hourly expectation of attack from his neighbor, and the consequence is a strife between the different governments to surpass each other in strength.
72. He was known for his ultra-aggressive nature and is someone you didn’t want to mess with and who was best to avoid contact with at all costs if you planned on finishing out your safari with all your limbs and body parts still attached to their original frame! He had a huge set of sharp teeth with long canines that could be used quite effectively for fighting, coupled with a cranky disposition and unfaltering determination that would surpass that of the best mixed martial arts fighters that take center ring nowadays.
73. Don Quixote, then, having, as has been said, planted himself in the middle of the road, made the welkin ring with words to this effect: Ho ye travellers and wayfarers, knights, squires, folk on foot or on horseback, who pass this way or shall pass in the course of the next two days! Know that Don Quixote of La Mancha, knight-errant, is posted here to maintain by arms that the beauty and courtesy enshrined in the nymphs that dwell in these meadows and groves surpass all upon earth, putting aside the lady of my heart, Dulcinea del Toboso.
74. If in fact the unique surface texture and crystalline structure are not key to the reflective quality of the stone, the blue draconian astronomer commented in a throbbing, somewhat sardonic growl, then the altered piece should not only equal the reflectivity of the unaltered piece, but significantly surpass it, for not only is the sphericity of its shape now perfect, which will allow the many pieces to focus together on a single point, it’s surface texture is now perfectly smooth, which should vastly reduce scattering of the reflection.
75. How they had to glorify their elders… Because if they had not done so… Then the tales of slaughter… of killing Neanderthals for tens of thousands of years… would have to be faced and accepted and digested and the realization that their ancestors and grandparents and parents were all a bunch of murdering savages who were a filthy lot that should have been spat upon and punished during their lives for what they did to not only the Neanderthals, but to their own children… And children growing up to surpass their parents n wisdom and understanding… was and has been forbidden, for hundreds of thousands of years.
76. The moment I reached the door, I ran forward with my stick raised, but not with any design of striking man, woman, or child, when a ramplor devil, the young laird of Swinton, who was one of the most outstrapolous rakes about the town, wrenched it out of my grip, and would have, I dare say, made no scruple of doing me some dreadful bodily harm, when suddenly I found myself pulled out of the crowd by a powerful-handed woman, who cried, Come, my love; love, come: and who was this but that scarlet strumpet, Mrs Beaufort, who having lost her gallant in the crowd, and being, as I think, blind fou, had taken me for him, insisting before all present that I was her dear friend, and that she would die for me—with other siclike fantastical and randy ranting, which no queen in a tragedy could by any possibility surpass.
1. He wants your okay on surpassing the budget that was set for his team.
2. Connected by threads of boundless friendship surpassing time and space.
3. Even at full speed, there ship was incapable of surpassing the speed of light.
4. Harmon's motive for inviting me was to let me see Jane's surpassing gorgeousness.
5. A genius who would struggle to live as a scientist amongst those who were surpassing.
6. May your beer be laid under an enchantment of surpassing excellence for seven years! said I.
7. To the goats he had the status of the alpha animal, surpassing even the Nanny and the Billy goats.
8. By surpassing and suppressing his humanity, Hitler became a distorted version of Nietzsche's "superman".
9. SUPERB NEW STYLES ARE NOW READY, SURPASSING previous productions in musical capacity and elegance of cases.
10. Psyche and love is at conflict since the latter has the beauty of spirit surpassing physical manifestations.
11. Conversely, when New High-New Low is negative, it means new lows are surpassing new lows, a bearish signal.
12. They were going in the same direction as ourselves, a tall couple in clothes of surpassing simplicity and excellence.
13. But she could not help fuddling about on account of her being uncomfortable around her, such was her surpassing beauty.
14. Nick and Bruce both appreciated this could be a danger surpassing any they had in Brazil, except maybe the bushmaster episode.
15. Scarlett realized suddenly that the Wilkeses and the Hamiltons were capable of furies equal to and surpassing those of the O’Haras.
16. One fat Monk came after me, but I quickly eluded him by ducking into a Niche whither his surpassing Corpulence prevented him from following me.
17. From down at the base of the tower came the sound of Bennis cursing, a stream of such surpassing filth that it might have made Aegon the Unworthy blush.
18. The part was played in really superior style by Potsiakin, whose talent was beyond discussion, surpassing as it did in my opinion that of Baklouchin himself.
19. Technology seemed to be making everything possible, well surpassing any science fiction thriller that was made in the early to mid-part of the twentieth century.
20. Stay your hand!, the Patriarch’s voice boomed deafeningly, matching and perhaps surpassing the authority he was imparted with however impossible that would sound.
21. This caused some of the savants to manifest incredible abilities such as being able to function like a human calculator even surpassing modern calculators and computers.
22. Their own hypocrisy, selfishness, stupidity, sex-mania, and unmitigated greed will grease Slick Willy's already well-oiled escape hatch, matching and even surpassing his.
23. Harris at four o'clock;--when his assurances, his felicitations on a recovery in her sister even surpassing his expectation, gave her confidence, comfort, and tears of joy.
24. Harris at four o’clock;—when his assurances, his felicitations on a recovery in her sister even surpassing his expectation, gave her confidence, comfort, and tears of joy.
25. Its answer will depend upon the extent to which the corporation’s success is due to their unique or surpassing ability, and this must be very difficult to determine with assurance.
26. A house enveloped inflames, and surpassing the ability of the fireman’s force, is an unquenchable fire—fire that cannot be stayed in its course till it has exhausted the material.
27. When affordable computers started catching up to and surpassing the graphics of consoles in the late 1980s, the games' popularity waned in favor of graphic adventures and other genres.
28. The name of Campbell is a monument of glory, his burning oratory, his vast learning, his surpassing eloquence, is the highest tribute we can bestow, and we hope will abide for all time.
29. The great paradox is that Adolf Hitler had raised Germany from the humiliation of Versailles and formed an army which proved capable of carving an empire surpassing even that of Napoleon.
30. He bade him, too, turn his eyes upon the beauty of Dorothea and he would see that few if any could equal much less excel her; while to that beauty should be added her modesty and the surpassing love she bore him.
31. Because of the surpassing greatness of the revelations, for this reason, to keep me from exalting myself, there was given me a thorn in the flesh, a messenger of Satan to torment me—to keep me from exalting myself! 8.
32. And as he reached for William’s leg, the way a small child will reach for its mother’s, there welled up through a small hole in the bottom of Mercer’s soul a relief surpassing any he’d ever known in waking life.
33. But tonight, because of the exaltation of her own spirit, Scarlett found in the whole ceremonial, the softly spoken words, the murmur of the responses, a surpassing beauty beyond any that she had ever experienced before.
34. We say, if we explained the meaning of the verse in such way, our Master Adam (cpth) then would not have mounted that standing surpassing all the angels, because he but had told them what they had known and perceived before.
35. The great irony is that Adolf Hitler had formed an army which proved capable of carving an empire surpassing even that of Napoleon and had raised Germany from the humiliation of Versailles, only to plunge it into destruction.
36. A wonderful power - equalling and surpassing the marvels that were imagined by the writers of fairy tales and Eastern stories - a power so vast - so marvellous, that it is difficult to find words to convey anything like an adequate conception of it.
37. But Butler was conscious of the appalling magnitude of the subject he had espoused, and that on his hands was a problem of interminal depths, and surpassing all his powers, he saw good to employ the if as the mildest necessity demanded by the occasion.
38. USCG Station Bayfield, located ten miles north of Washburn (Wisconsin), responded to 174 SAR calls in 1995, doubling the previous year’s tally, and surpassing the annual call totals of the larger Lake Superior Coast Guard stations of Marquette (18) and Duluth (89).
39. Albert had proceeded no farther than the door, where he remained rooted to the spot, being completely fascinated by the sight of such surpassing beauty, beheld as it was for the first time, and of which an inhabitant of more northern climes could form no adequate idea.
40. The Vintner’s was painted with rich purple Grapes; the Peruke Maker’s Sign show’d his most elegant Wares all in a Row (as if set out upon Blocks); the Draper’s Sign show’d his richest Silks, and the Shops themselves were of such surpassing Splendour that they seem’d more like lofty Palaces than low Places of Commerce.
41. Some persons might have considered these pleasing liberties as bribes, but Demi didn't see it in that light, and continued to patronize thèthe bear-man' with pensive affability, while Daisy bestowed her small affections upon him at the third call, and considered his shoulder her throne, his arm her refuge, his gifts treasures surpassing worth.
42. Whence, disappearing from the constellation of the Northern Crown he would somehow reappear reborn above delta in the constellation of Cassiopeia and after incalculable eons of peregrination return an estranged avenger, a wreaker of justice on malefactors, a dark crusader, a sleeper awakened, with financial resources (by supposition) surpassing those of Rothschild or the silver king.
43. For a Man is a Creature that hath but lately determin’d to walk upon his hind Legs, whereas a Horse flies upon all four with such surpassing Grace that the Ancients themselves identified the Horse with Poesy! (Ah, when the Dean said this, I knew beyond any Doubt that we were Friends of the Soul, for had I not oft’ thought the very same Thing concerning Horse and Poesy, Horse and Man?).
44. It may, therefore, be easily imagined there is no scarcity of guides at the Colosseum, that wonder of all ages, which Martial thus eulogizes: Let Memphis cease to boast the barbarous miracles of her pyramids, and the wonders of Babylon be talked of no more among us; all must bow to the superiority of the gigantic labor of the Caesars, and the many voices of Fame spread far and wide the surpassing merits of this incomparable monument.
45. Children surpassing the insanity of their elders is not to be allowed… We can’t have human gentle sensitive children weeping over a bunch of no-good Neanderthals, now, can we>? Eh? We can’t have them questioning our parental control and parental authority, now can we, eh? We can’t have them challenging the lies we have sold them, eh? This might upset the entire established order of all the traditions and customs of Modern humans!.
46. His regard for her, infinitely surpassing anything that Willoughby ever felt or feigned, as much more warm, as more sincere or constant--which ever we are to call it-- has subsisted through all the knowledge of dear Marianne's unhappy prepossession for that worthless young man!--and without selfishness--without encouraging a hope!--could he have seen her happy with another--Such a noble mind!-- such openness, such sincerity!--no one can be deceived in him.
47. As the speed increased, and the Toad could see on either side of him real fields, and trees, and hedges, and cows, and horses, all flying past him, and as he thought how every minute was bringing him nearer to Toad Hall, and sympathetic friends, and money to chink in his pocket, and a soft bed to sleep in, and good things to eat, and praise and admiration at the recital of his adventures and his surpassing cleverness, he began to skip up and down and shout and sing snatches of song, to the great astonishment of the engine-driver, who had come across washerwomen before, at long intervals, but never one at all like this.
48. Look you, my dears, all the lineages in the world (attend to what I am saying) can be reduced to four sorts, which are these: those that had humble beginnings, and went on spreading and extending themselves until they attained surpassing greatness; those that had great beginnings and maintained them, and still maintain and uphold the greatness of their origin; those, again, that from a great beginning have ended in a point like a pyramid, having reduced and lessened their original greatness till it has come to nought, like the point of a pyramid, which, relatively to its base or foundation, is nothing; and then there are those--and it is they that are the most numerous--that have had neither an illustrious beginning nor a remarkable mid-course, and so will have an end without a name, like an ordinary plebeian line.
1. The pupil surpassed the mother.
2. It surpassed all her expectations.
3. Spring surpassed his wildest hopes.
4. He had already surpassed the ambi-.
5. So far, it has surpassed expectations.
6. By 1988 it surpassed adjusted book value.
7. Now she had surpassed her mothers level.
8. The result surpassed all our expectations.
9. Total volume had finally surpassed that of 1929.
10. The Babe hit 60 but was surpassed by Maris with 61.
11. The result of her decision surpassed all expectations.
12. Her intellect surpassed even the Kelvan’s intellect.
13. Dinner surpassed anything Harald remembered at the manor.
14. The love he felt for her surpassed the thrill of gambling.
15. Many things I read surpassed my understanding and experience.
16. It's where you have surpassed all and have entered that place.
17. Even when her total surpassed, anything she’d ever done before.
18. Sadly, that statistic will likely be surpassed in the year ahead.
19. The results surpassed every expectation: the sales of his works.
20. Yanny looked at me hopeful and with a belief that surpassed my own.
21. My presentiments of my father's plan were surpassed by the actuality.
22. Surpassed totally by the cold realization of the next man who would.
23. Even here in the South, only his nemesis Jaume’s fame surpassed his.
24. He did not know that his present swiftness skill had now surpassed Mei.
25. Her slight movement had already surpassed all the other young women in.
26. I had heard rumours about the Don Jail but reality surpassed all gossip.
27. My curse was that my skills and ability far surpassed my fellow knights.
28. He’s probably surpassed the LD-fifty for caffeine about two hours ago.
29. Both of these are examples of an art which was never surpassed in Chaldea.
30. Gabrielle had surpassed herself yet again by providing another fine supper.
31. The results surpassed all expectations and failure in these valves became a.
32. But the priest who had come from America, Father Justin O’Carroll, surpassed him.
33. The Brown family of Wilmington, Delaware, was one clan that may have surpassed both.
34. The state of New York surpassed set recycling goals in the latter part of the 1990s.
35. Amaranthe hurried down the road, certain she had surpassed her luck quota for the week.
36. Its construction methods outlasted and have even surpassed modern day steel structures.
37. But there was a limit to what she would ignore, and her mentor had more than surpassed it.
38. The splendor of your lands is only surpassed by the exceptionality and charm of your people.
39. With tears of indignation she hurried off to Prince Sergay, and he positively surpassed Vassin.
40. The blood was taken from Mark within a minute of his death, alarm surpassed with equanimity.
41. The ships engineer’s surpassed themselves and in just over half an hour got the ship going again.
42. You have not been surpassed, but You have been largely forgotten along with Your most excellent ways.
43. Construction on any skyscraper that surpassed that building in height is nothing more than Xtreme work.
44. Within weeks I had surpassed my old profits and reached new heights but then something terrible happened.
45. Starting from a nonexistent product, the average daily volume in May 2010 surpassed 300,000 contracts a day.
46. He found himself laughing at nothing; it was a feeling of happiness that surpassed anything he had ever known.
47. He cried out saying This was He of whom I said 'He who comes after me has surpassed me for He was before me.
48. Until they surpassed all other cultures in the art of self-degradation, and cultural guilt, and cultural shame.
49. Rapp, showed, by incessant fire from their divisions, that they were not to be surpassed in resolution or skill.
50. They might meet their end upon the jagged edges of Falmer blades, but a death in battle far surpassed a death 217.
51. Self-actualizing Marc exclaimed he had finally surpassed the 10,000th hour rule as a trader, so he was now an expert.
52. His power surpassed even the combined power of the seven sorcerers, effortlessly turning back their beasts and spells.
53. Lad! Hill walker; leader of men; stone carrier and, when it came to water, he surpassed even his own ambitious targets.
54. Recently appointed a Princess, she possessed a remarkable talent as an archer, only surpassed by the purity of her heart.
55. In terms of total tonnage in 2003, the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior surpassed all of the other ports on the Great Lakes.
56. In the course of a century or two, several of them appear to have rivalled, and even to have surpassed, their mother cities.
57. George was soon to be surpassed by the girls, and would at last be the shortest in the family, which bothered him not at all.
58. The atrocities committed by the French in other countries are sufficiently notorious, but they were surpassed in this campaign.
59. Fame in 1982, and, until recently, was the all-time homerun leader (surpassed by Barry Bonds) with a total of 755 major league.
60. Although it was the most popular social networking site in the United States, it was quickly surpassed by late-entrant Facebook.
61. It is seldom that the vitality of this first sketch is surpassed by the completed work, and often, alas! it is far from equalled.
62. He surpassed his colleagues in extreme courage, trust, truth, hard work and his perseverance and continuous work with distinction.
63. Then he looked at me and said, Vydor, you have already surpassed the others with the little bit of power you have learned to use.
64. This, his loneliness, was the lurking, roaming, ruminating threat; it surpassed the most fearful of beasts in its destructive capacity.
65. An English hero of the road would be the next best thing to an Italian bandit; and that could only be surpassed by a Levantine pirate.
66. But I soon found her delirious strength much surpassed mine (she was delirious, I became convinced by her subsequent actions and ravings).
67. The war has been waged on our part with scrupulous regard to all these obligations, and in a spirit of liberality which was never surpassed.
68. At school Choco was Zak’s equal as an athlete and surpassed him in many events when he returned from holidays with a pair of his own spikes.
69. Reddit, who at the time some would call the smaller sister site of Digg, finally surpassed Digg in popularity in August and September of 2010.
70. But it is famous because the group of scientists living there have long surpassed mankind in their spiritual, scientific, and technical levels.
71. Darek already had high expectations for what he would experience in their greatest celebration, but his expectations were thoroughly surpassed.
72. There were very few who surpassed her skills in oratory, as witnessed by another stellar keynote address at the Democratic National Convention in 1992.
73. The fact was that the work had surpassed his Excellency’s expectations (as he learnt afterwards) and was finished punctually by the time it was needed.
74. What surpassed everything was that there was a little boy in the world who could have for the inferior age, sex, and intelligence so fine a consideration.
75. Until Sony launched the PSP; featuring a wide screen display, graphics that surpassed the original Playstation One and support from a wide range of game.
76. In the opinion of Homestead’s flight crews, the quality of the meals Vladimir and Stephanie produced far surpassed anything the Federation was producing.
77. But I knew that in her centuries of endurance she had acquired powers that surpassed all dreams and fears of mine, and that she could hear me if she chose.
78. Also, any of them whose spirit had more than one quality in common with the Envoy (cpth) surpassed the others and gained a higher rank than his counterparts.
79. Alice had left the podium that they were sitting on to go and inquire the state of things but it seemed Jared's rule over the guards had surpassed even hers.
80. This method also considerably surpassed other methods by the percentage of hitting the optimal area (72% of cases) and average value of the optimal solution (6.
81. After work at the State Record Office it was suggested to Marisha that refreshments being served at Choco’s place surpassed any the city could hope to provide.
82. Howard converted 21 of the 39 attempts and surpassed the 34 set by Wilt Chamberlain for the Philadelphia Warriors against the St Louis Hawks on 22 February 1962.
83. All seven of you have surpassed wizards with twenty times your experience; it’s just that your perspective is skewed because you only know high-level wizards.
84. Yes, his night vision surpassed that of even the kitty cats and the infra-red-equipped military humans who manage quite well themselves in those tenebrous conditions.
85. First man into space, shortly after Sputnick, thanks to the at that time advanced Soviet technology, shortly surpassed by the efforts of the Eisenhower administration.
86. It seemed as if Leonardo’s head had been accumulating the fumes of his impatience towards my conduct and at this final act he had surpassed the limit of this virtue.
87. Thomas Thayer, Paganism in its worst forms has never surpassed, if it has equaled, the savage and terrible descriptions which have been given by Christians of their God.
88. Marianne spoke inconsiderately what she really felt, but when she saw how much she had pained Edward, her own vexation at her want of thought could not be surpassed by his.
89. Marianne spoke inconsiderately what she really felt-- but when she saw how much she had pained Edward, her own vexation at her want of thought could not be surpassed by his.
90. The introduction of VIX options came about two years after VIX futures started trading at the CFE, but their popularity, based on volume, has surpassed the futures contracts.
91. While the growth stocks, as expected, experienced higher earnings growth, this advantage decayed over time, and their dollar earnings never surpassed those of the value group.
92. Connected with this letter from Turreau, is a decree of the 16th July, 1810, which, in point of principle and arrogance, is not surpassed by any act in the history of Bonaparte.
93. So you say, and how easy it is for you to talk of such matters! It is a miracle even that you are alive, and the powers you possess have surpassed all our knowledge and legends.
94. But their competitors from the magazine OK! surpassed all with the purchase of an exclusive photo of the lifeless body of Michael Jackson in the hospital worth 500 thousand dollars.
95. Worst Than Gods Of Paganism: Paganism in its worst forms has never surpassed, if it has equaled, the savage and terrible descriptions which have been given by Christians of their God.
96. The enthusiasm of every officer, seaman, and marine, on board this ship, on discovering the enemy, their steady conduct in battle, and the precision of their fire, could not be surpassed.
97. Barye does not exhaust himself or his subject, yet he seems to have said the last word in this direction of art, and I cannot imagine that his profound and searching genius will ever be surpassed.
98. Though his discourse on the causes and results of action was an exercise in astute observations, Aristotle far surpassed observation and objective reason by interjecting fantasy into his teachings.
99. I drew my knife from my neck pouch and cut his throat, his hands tried to stem the flow of blood and the look of surprise on his face was only surpassed by the look of disbelief on the face of the elder.
100. But in front of the chemist's shop one might admire a far larger heap, and that surpassed the others with the superiority that a laboratory must have over ordinary stores, a general need over individual fancy.
1. This surpasses all other laws and.
2. Peace that surpasses all understanding –.
3. In this life, ultimate understanding that surpasses.
4. Usually, demand or the buying pressure surpasses supply.
5. God, the peace of God which surpasses all understanding will.
6. It surpasses ordinary standards, and becomes the new standard.
7. My first impression is that it surpasses the Anchorage Hilton.
8. The vitality which the snail’s eggs possess surpasses belief.
9. The heat in this city by far surpasses the hottest summer in.
10. I have a knowledge of these beasts that surpasses that of even.
11. Their stubbornness surpasses all reasoning, and hinders any reconciliation.
12. The ancients say cultivate the golden energy which surpasses lesser energy.
13. Surpasses all former issues in brilliancy, variety, and artistic excellence.
14. It is a conceptual tool that surpasses the functionality of the best expert-.
15. When a fire surpasses the ability of firefighter, and they cannot put out a burning.
16. I say, that when a thing completely surpasses my comprehension, I am accustomed not to.
17. Christian fellowship and between Networkers surpasses that of the blood, fellowship that.
18. However, that is not the case, since A surpasses C by two criteria, the second and the third ones.
19. But the hypocrisy of our society far surpasses the comparatively innocent hypocrisy of the Pharisees.
20. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.
21. The poverty of the lower ranks of people in China far surpasses that of the most beggarly nations in Europe.
22. But the hypocrisy of the men of our time far surpasses the comparatively innocent hypocrisy of the Pharisees.
23. If I buy an out-of-the-money Call and the underlying price surpasses the strike, isn’t that a good thing?
24. One of the techniques of counseling is to present a realistic account that surpasses the mentioned difficulty.
25. Combined with this is the peace which surpasses all understanding that we receive through the ministry of the Spirit.
26. I knew at once that they were speaking of Don Gaspar Gregorio, whose comeliness surpasses the most highly vaunted beauty.
27. He’s mad as e’er he was, says Horatio, but now he hath a new Plan which surpasses all his other Plans in Daring.
28. For verily that which has been made glorious has not been made glorious in this respect, by reason of the glory that surpasses.
29. Wat shows off with his diving, and Cliff surpasses himself with the over arm crawl, completing the pool length in thirty-five seconds.
30. The further out-of-the-money you go, the more likely it is that the stock price is headed for a radical move if it surpasses your strike.
31. What I know and feel is that this guidance was benevolent in nature and what it has put me in touch with far surpasses that of any academics.
32. Josiah Quincy, who went to Charleston in 1773, says of the city, in his diary: It far surpasses all I ever saw or ever expect to see in America.
33. Men talk of the hypocrisy of the Pharisees; but the hypocrisy of our contemporaries far surpasses the comparatively harmless sanctimoniousness of the Pharisees.
34. These are two different means to the same end, but many traders find a richness and depth in the Wyckoff approach that surpasses a simplistic focus on chart patterns.
35. When the VXV is at a discount to the VIX, the market is usually reacting to increases in near-term volatility and the result is a rise in the VIX that surpasses a rise in the VXV.
36. Even among borrowers, therefore, not the people in the world most famous for frugality, the number of the frugal and industrious surpasses considerably that of the prodigal and idle.
37. What a wonder of beauty that must be, he said, which is the author of science and truth, and yet surpasses them in beauty; for you surely cannot mean to say that pleasure is the good?
38. They have provided a system which for terse comprehensiveness surpasses Justinian's Pandects and the By-laws of the Chinese Society for the Suppression of Meddling with other People's Business.
39. And as the sea surpasses the land in this matter, so the whale fishery surpasses every other sort of maritime life, in the wonderfulness and fearfulness of the rumors which sometimes circulate there.
40. Escaping hell necessarily involves becoming the master of your destiny; becoming one who possesses an inner strength and wisdom which far surpasses that of the masses that follow someone else like sheep.
41. Some men find it hard to except sometimes that the mate that God has chosen for them surpasses them in the worldly sense of accomplishment, but before God all are equal as He is no respecter of persons.
42. It is not possible that God, who takes care of the birds, the irrational animals and the plants of the earth, and whose compassion for human beings far surpasses any paternal bond of kinship ignores us without.
43. This important point we are in respect, which is, appreciation of the spirit and its admiration to another spirit surpasses it in some respect, affects man's behavior and decides his course and his direction in this life.
44. This is the beauty of love that sooner or later it surpasses its initiator, it gains a decisive control over the lover; it guides the lover to ungraspable dimensions of perfection; love becomes its own mentor, rationale, cause and purpose.
45. But savage man, living dispersed among other animals, and finding himself betimes in a situation to measure his strength with theirs, soon comes to compare himself with them; and perceives that he surpasses them more in adroitness than they surpass him in.
46. Do you know that our brain is perfect and it surpasses any computer, any supercomputer?! And do you really think that our Creator wants you to die and to lose all this? It is logical to conclude that He wishes eternal life for His righteous men, doesn’t He?
47. This timidity, which might proceed from the astonishment of innocence as well as the shame of guilt, conciliated some in his favor; for men who are truly generous are always ready to compassionate when the misfortune of their enemy surpasses the limits of their hatred.
48. I have found that once His peace starts to flow up into your mind, soul, and emotions, it really is as the Bible says – a peace that surpasses all human understanding – especially when that peace comes in right in the middle of a severe storm cloud that you may be going through.
49. When a fire surpasses the ability of firefighter, and they cannot put out a burning building they say it is an unquenchable fire, but it is not a fire that will burn forever; no one will be able to escape from it by putting it out, but it will go out when there is nothing more to burn.
50. Any difference in one thing from any other thing originates only on the basis of differences in possibilities and methods of functioning of wave structures of the Self-Consciousness of each of the Forms created from the same Energy-Plasma, Which infinitely surpasses all our limited conceptions of Matter.
51. Its followers are very numerous ; and as men are fond of paradoxes, and of appearing to understand what surpasses the comprehensions of ordinary people, the paradox which it maintains, concerning the unproductive nature of manufacturing labour, has not, perhaps, contributed a little to increase the number of its admirers.
52. Technological singularity is when AI surpasses human intelligence and breaks free to a new horizon, a big bang of machine consciousness that will surpass the limits of the human mind and Its, no longer ours, collective consciousness will be the one making the significant choices that will frame the future evolution of Eartheart-GlobalMind.
53. I believe that a leaf of grass is no less than the journeywork of the stars, and a pismire is equally perfect, and a grain of sand, and the egg of a wren, and a tree-toad is a chef-d’oeuvre for the highest, and the running blackberry would adorn the parlors of heaven, and the narrowest hinge in my hand puts to scorn all machinery, and the cow crunching with depress’d head surpasses any statue.
54. Jesus increase our faith in your Real presence in the blessed sacrament, the mystery of faith, that like the disciples who came to know you ‘in the breaking of the bread’ we may come to know you in the Eucharist in an intimate and personal way with deep and living faith that grows to ‘conviction about the things we do not see’ and enables us to experience the sweetness of your love which surpasses all knowledge.
55. An ordinary white man such as any of you—pardon me, I did not mean just that—rather, a white man above the ordinary in physique and intelligence could never, I grant you, have lived a year alone and naked in this tropical jungle; but this man not only surpasses the average white man in strength and agility, but as far transcends our trained athletes and 'strong men' as they surpass a day-old babe; and his courage and ferocity in battle are those of the wild beast.
56. Say, what being is there in this world, who entering the gate of this castle at this moment, and seeing us as we are here, would suppose or imagine us to be what we are? Who would say that this lady who is beside me was the great queen that we all know her to be, or that I am that Knight of the Rueful Countenance, trumpeted far and wide by the mouth of Fame? Now, there can be no doubt that this art and calling surpasses all those that mankind has invented, and is the more deserving of being held in honour in proportion as it is the more exposed to peril.
57. God demonstrated the huge immensity of His love for us by sending Jesus to die for us while we were still sinners, and on the road to hell!! He demonstrated that He not only loves us unconditionally, but that He always seeks our highest good by then giving us all things as our inheritance in Christ! This is absolutely amazing! Nothing could be greater than to know this love that surpasses knowledge, it is completely inconceivable without Him! Lord help us to experience the height, width, length, depth, and lowliness of Your love for us, that we may be filled with all Your fullness!.
58. While this was going on, Sancho, perceiving that he could speak to his master without having the curate and the barber, of whom he had his suspicions, present all the time, approached the cage in which Don Quixote was placed, and said, Senor, to ease my conscience I want to tell you the state of the case as to your enchantment, and that is that these two here, with their faces covered, are the curate of our village and the barber; and I suspect they have hit upon this plan of carrying you off in this fashion, out of pure envy because your worship surpasses them in doing famous deeds; and if this be the truth it follows that you are not enchanted, but hoodwinked and made a fool of.
59. If there is anything terrible, if there exists a reality which surpasses dreams, it is this: to live, to see the sun; to be in full possession of virile force; to possess health and joy; to laugh valiantly; to rush towards a glory which one sees dazzling in front of one; to feel in one's breast lungs which breathe, a heart which beats, a will which reasons; to speak, think, hope, love; to have a mother, to have a wife, to have children; to have the light—and all at once, in the space of a shout, in less than a minute, to sink into an abyss; to fall, to roll, to crush, to be crushed; to see ears of wheat, flowers, leaves, branches; not to be able to catch hold of anything; to feel one's sword.
60. To be brief, last of all she has commanded me to go through all the provinces of Spain and compel all the knights-errant wandering therein to confess that she surpasses all women alive to-day in beauty, and that I am the most valiant and the most deeply enamoured knight on earth; in support of which claim I have already travelled over the greater part of Spain, and have there vanquished several knights who have dared to contradict me; but what I most plume and pride myself upon is having vanquished in single combat that so famous knight Don Quixote of La Mancha, and made him confess that my Casildea is more beautiful than his Dulcinea; and in this one victory I hold myself to have conquered all the knights in the world; for this Don Quixote that I speak of has vanquished them all, and I having vanquished him, his glory, his fame, and his honour have passed and are transferred to my person; for.
61. And the cow crunching with depress'd head surpasses any statue,.

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