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    beyond any symbol

    Although I have chosen Idiom in the Prefix I must admit I am not quit sure whether we are talking about an idiom or some unfamiliar to me phrase.
    Anyway, I hope you'll oblige be by telling me this.
    My question is this: What means when your joy is beyond any symbol? TIA

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