Hindus regard death as a most exalted human experience, the migration of the soul from one dimension of consciousness to another, a transition we have all experienced many times.
She was traveling with her parents to the Philippines, where her father - a colonel (an exalted rank in the old army) - was to take command of a regiment on Corregidor.
That accolade was the final confirmation of Dragila's metamorphosis from quirky outsider to exalted global personality.
My own new position was much less exalted , a manager in audit research.
The work ends by reinforcing humankind's exalted nature.
That will give her access to all Cabinet decisions and files, and an exalted status in the Government.
Throughout the 2,000 years of Christianity, Mary's image in the visual arts has reflected a tradition that exalted above all other virtues her passivity and obedience.
Now its cast of characters seems less exalted and therefore less interesting.
But reunification, an unprecedented experiment in social and political reclamation, was bound to fall short of the exalted German ideal of national solidarity.
They felt numb, stunned, but a feeling of exalted happiness was rushing through their souls.