(1) He took a puff of the pot and raised his arms above his head in a gesture of exaltation and praise.(2) she was in a frenzy of exaltation and terror(3) the exaltation of Jesus to the Father's right hand(4) With a 33 km mountain run behind me and a 67 km white-water kayak ahead, I felt pain, dread, exaltation , jubilation, anticipation, fear and joy - give me more emotions.(5) In their criticisms of the papacy, and in their exaltation of royal power, they laid the foundations on which later thinkers drew.(6) the resurrection and exaltation of Christ(7) The contrast must necessarily lie between such expression and that where the serene and blissful exaltation of the situation sets the predominating tone.(8) Futhermore, the scientific revolution was greatly influenced by the combination - and exaltation - of the principles of individualism and rationality.(9) Both religious and sporting imagery feature an array of symbols, insignia, emblems and motifs: saints and heroes; churches and stadiums; pilgrims and fans; exaltation and celebration.(10) What would have been natural is exaltation of the sole remaining Ba'athist state in the region, Syria.(11) In it, mystery and exaltation , wild humour and super - terrestrial beauty, tragic despair and ecstasies of joy are all galvanized into an organic aesthetic unity.(12) the exaltation of the army as a place for brotherhood(13) Yes, all heroic exaltation is dangerous, but the danger is not to the hero-worshipers, but to the hero.(14) The amazement, glee, even exaltation he found in the face of what he set out to photograph can be imagined if not really demonstrated.(15) I've long been an avowed enemy of benchmarking, because at its heart it amounts to exaltation of imitation.(16) Media pundits and think tanks hailed this popular participation as a breakthrough for democracy - a triumphalism, as Fraser shrewdly notes, that mirrored American exaltation at winning the cold war.