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sub·lime

(sŭb-līm'),
1. To sublimate.
2. To undergo a process of sublimation.

sublime

(sŭb-līm′) [L. sublimis, to the limit]
To evaporate a substance directly from the solid into the vapor state and condense it again. For example, metallic iodine on heating does not liquefy but directly forms a violet gas.
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Prideaux admires its lobby--"vast and sublimely minimalist." The Imperial Suite costs US$5,500 nightly.
In that respect it is sublimely Christian and full of hope.
He handed it off and he threw it (sublimely) as he led the Bears to four world championships.
Poets wanted to describe the cosmos as a living, heroic, and sublimely poetic picture.
Opens Friday THE STARS Ryan Gosling, Kristin Scott Thomas THE VERDICT A sublimely moody and stylishly violent crime drama, Only God Forgives reteams Gosling with Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn in a dark, brooding and twisted story of loyalty and revenge set against an atmospheric Bangkok backdrop.
The age-old nature-vs.-nurture debate emerges naturally from a comparison between two very different families, but it's the story's intent focus on one father's intimacy issues and redemptive transformation that makes the film so sublimely moving.
Thad doubled his tally with a right footed finish through the keeper''s legs and Mikey Roberts sublimely chipped the Welsh international to score his first ever finals goal.
A stripped back sound that has a far-off, world music echo when the guitars sublimely take over.
Anon, Ayr I DON'T say this lightly but, in terms of the beautiful game, I think Spain have sublimely surpassed the Lisbon Lions.
A huge bonus encore comes with Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto, a work more associated with the contemplative Arrau, and with the same Cologne orchestra sublimely responsive under the conducting of Christoph von Dohnanyi.
Breathy, almost there vocals pierce a way through the dark club of Undertone sublimely - all delicately woven and of extreme beauty.
Hegarty sings every syllable with honesty and feeling, and his delicately warbling voice is matched only by that of Icelandic popstrel Bjork, who joins him on the sublimely simple yet unpredictable track Fletta.