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- adj. of, relating to, or causing transfiguration
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I mean: staggeringly, mind-changing, miraculous and transfigurative.
The door to eternity is opened and we experience a sacred moment of being, connected to all other people in a transcendent, transfigurative sense.
When you come to grips with one of the greatest artistic achievements of mankind, the potential is for it to be transfigurative.
Oscar favorite, Mo’Nique, continued her sweeping of industry and festival awards, for her transfigurative, tour de force in the emotional beatdown seriously, I had to pause it and leave the room multiple times Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire.
Jesus Christ in his perfect and transfigurative death on the cross (
Ex. 3: 1-15); and, once and for all, at Christ's perfect and transfigurative death on the cross to the WHOLE WORLD (
But this is a transfigurative time; it is too soon to tell where things may head. "
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