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Up wind he followed the elusive spoor with a sense of perception so transcending that of ordinary man as to be inconceivable to us.
Almost simultaneously I heard from without a perfectly hellish roar; the bear gave voice to a series of growls far transcending in volume and ferocity anything that he had yet essayed and at the same time backed quickly from the cave.
Here was neither marriage nor death: therefore, it was something transcending experience and well worth waiting for.