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  • a  defying expression

  • An original expression of the most inexpressible.
  • But it was the events in Tiananmen Square, where a hunger strike by 3,000 students swelled to a demonstration by more than a million Chinese expressing the inexpressible -- a .
  • An original expression of the most inexpressible.
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  • Dance Studio Competes For National Title
    For many, the art of dance is a profound way to express the inexpressible. This weekend, the hard-working students of Massapequa’s Body Language Dance and Theatre Arts Studio are using the inexpressible to win a nationwide competition for best dance studio. Wendy DeGaetano, owner of Body Language, has been prepping her students for a prestigious dance competition—the Access Broadway National ...
    July 5, 2013 - Massapequan Observer

  • the Apostle Paul in Seattle Post Intelligencer
    Music can be inspiring, moving us to the heights or depths of emotion-and it can also be our best medicine. Music can allow us to express that which is otherwise inexpressible. In a religious context, all of these aspects of music come... Oliver Sacks Earthtimes (press release),397508.shtml&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGES8IjWKvyeyxKHzL0piJhD7L0OQ May 16, 2008 51449 68959 inexpressible The Apostle Paul wrote that on one occasion he was caught up to paradise. He heard inexpressible things, things that man is not permitted to tell" (2 Corinthians 12:4).
  • Rainer Maria Rilke in Pique newsmagazine
    21): "Everything is gestation and then bringing forth," wrote poet Rainer Maria Rilke. "To let each impression and each germ of feeling come to completion wholly in itself, in the dark, in the inexpressible, the unconscious, beyond the reach...

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