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reason

The faculty by which new information is derived from old, judgement exercised and argument pursued.
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Beyond Reason races in the Group 3 Theo Fennell Oak Tree Stakes over seven furlongs.
"But given it has been supporting disabled people to work for a long time, it is not beyond reason to expect the Department to know 'what works' by now and it is disappointing that it does not.
But if one is too afraid to even ask for such a small thing, it is beyond reason to expect the other side to show any respect, let alone grant favors.
The spokesman of the Yemeni armed forces Brigadier General Abdu Abdullah Majali said that the continuous aggression of the Houthi militias would not last and the Yemeni people, armed and security forces would only increase their determination to eradicate the Houthi terrorist militias, because they have proven beyond reason, that they do not believe in peace or international humanitarian law and pose a threat to the security of Yemen, the region and the world, as well.
George is survived by his wife of 64 years, Dorothy, whom he loved beyond reason; his children David (Leslie) of Atlanta, GA, Jonathan (Jan) of Boulder, CO, Sarah (Gwen) of Seattle, WA and Big Pine Key, FL, Maggie (Eric) Backlund of Binghamton, NY, and grandson Edward of Brooklyn, NY.
Both Godolphin and Shaikh Hamdan have leading chances in the Fillies' Mile through Beyond Reason and Layaleena, respectively.
Beyond Reason was adding to her haul in France, having won the Prix Six Perfections on the opening weekend of Deauville's summer meeting.
Her electronically processed voice will take us to a world beyond reason, dreamy and unconscious.
Try this instead: "It goes beyond reason for any child to be taken from a mother."
"It is beyond reason and we do not think that British war veterans, including those who participated in the Arctic Convoys, share this view," Yakovenko added.
I've also found that when I take time to consider Jesus' love and those things in life which are beyond reason, through prayer I can indeed find peace, even when circumstances are not so good!