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raised to or occupying a high position or rank

exceedingly dignified in form, tone, or style

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William Knight duly returned to this course and distance last week but Exalted probably put in far too much effort through the early stages and that factor told as he faded into fourth in the final of eight furlongs.
Implementing agency : Korea District Heating Corporation exalted offices
As the Elks Grand Exalted Ruler/National President, Mr.
In a democracy people occupy an exalted status, their verdict has to be accepted with a bowed head.
Exalted is the Possessor of Might, Greatness, Reverence, Power, Pride, and Majesty.
Bill was named the fraternal organization's exalted ruler in 2000-01.
1 : to raise to a higher level <The king exalted his loyal servant to a councillor.
The ancient analogies of Jesus as both the Good Shepherd and the exalted lamb, plus the description of church leaders as shepherds and congregations as their sheep, have become trite in our industrialized society.
Luke's passion narrative strikes a fine balance between the deserted, agonized Jesus of Mark's Gospel and the exalted, triumphant one of John's.
Another Proof: He said: If the universe is preserved [by Allah] due to His goodness and generosity and is based on an orderly system--and Allah the Exalted only chooses Goodness in His actions--whoever characterizes Him as the One doing (fa'il) goodness and generosity in eternity, the Possessor of the rope that does not break, Creator of everything perfect and infinite: this description is far better than what you are describing, namely, that He has only been King of His kingdom for a span of six thousand-some years, which makes His dominion similar to the regality of Iblis--may Allah's curse be upon him--over his devils.
The newfound manuscript says that Judas will be despised by the other disciples but will also be exalted over them for helping Jesus shed his bodily self and liberate his spiritual self.
The lodge's exalted ruler, Domingo ``DJ'' Jaramillo, presented each honoree with a plaque.
This is a great tale, and LaPierre deserves her exalted position as one of the best writers around.
It is the relationship between expressively alive spectator and dead or indifferent work of art; more broadly, between an all-too-human representation and an eccentric geometrical abstraction; and even more broadly, between an object that presents itself as "art" and a human being who wonders why it claims such exalted status.
As city leaders and major league baseball fans exalted at the news on September 29 that the Montreal Expos would be moving to Washington, D.