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Its appeal transcended demographic lines, luring listeners from their first look at the cover art.
There are some folks who think that I’m arguing that human brains are magical entities that transcend the laws of mechanics.
Such sentiments transcend nation-state boundaries and are producing the current, powerful anti-racism movement.
There are reasons for the long-term increase in financial fraud that transcend any particular administration.
The next generation includes a massive coalition of childcare supporters who transcend political affiliation, race, gender, and income.
He doesn’t avoid the social media platform’s vitriol but defuses and transcends it.
Both before and after the pandemic, Upwork has also found ways to build a collaborative environment that transcends any physical space.
To be identified as an Earthling, one has to transcend the local and the national, and sometimes, even the global, by embracing a larger planetary consciousness.
Is it possible for a human being to transcend so mighty a sacrifice, and all by the power of faith?
Nor did this, if once the premises were granted, appear to transcend the real powers of mankind.

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