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 for Beyond
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Beyond \Be*yond"\, adv.
     Further away; at a distance; yonder.
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           Lo, where beyond he lyeth languishing.   --Spenser.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Beyond \Be*yond"\, prep. [OE. biyonde, bi[yogh]eonde, AS.
     begeondan, prep. and adv.; pref. be- + geond yond, yonder.
     See Yon, Yonder.]
     1. On the further side of; in the same direction as, and
        further on or away than.
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              Beyond that flaming hill.             --G. Fletcher.
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     2. At a place or time not yet reached; before.
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              A thing beyond us, even before our death. --Pope.
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     3. Past, out of the reach or sphere of; further than; greater
        than; as, the patient was beyond medical aid; beyond one's
        strength.
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     4. In a degree or amount exceeding or surpassing; proceeding
        to a greater degree than; above, as in dignity,
        excellence, or quality of any kind. "Beyond expectation."
        --Barrow.
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              Beyond any of the great men of my country. --Sir P.
                                                    Sidney.
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     Beyond sea. (Law) See under Sea.
  
     To go beyond, to exceed in ingenuity, in research, or in
        anything else; hence, in a bed sense, to deceive or
        circumvent.
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              That no man go beyond and defraud his brother in any
              matter.                               --1 Thess. iv.
                                                    6.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  beyond
      adv 1: farther along in space or time or degree; "through the
             valley and beyond"; "to the eighth grade but not beyond";
             "will be influential in the 1990s and beyond"
      2: on the farther side from the observer; "a pond with a
         hayfield beyond"
      3: in addition; "agreed to provide essentials but nothing
         beyond"

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  84 Moby Thesaurus words for "beyond":
     Heaven, Paradise, a better place, above, above and beyond, across,
     added, additionally, after, afterlife, afterworld, again,
     all included, also, altogether, among other things, and all,
     and also, and so, as well, as well as, athwart, au reste, behind,
     beside, besides, destiny, else, en plus, eternal home, extra,
     farther, fate, for lagniappe, further, furthermore, future state,
     home, in addition, in excess of, inter alia, into the bargain,
     item, later than, life after death, life to come, likewise, more,
     moreover, new, next world, on the side, on top of, other,
     otherwise, otherworld, outside, over, over and above, past, plus,
     postexistence, similarly, subsequent to, the beyond,
     the good hereafter, the grave, the great beyond,
     the great hereafter, the hereafter, the unknown, then, therewith,
     to boot, too, too deep for, transversely, what bodes,
     what is fated, without, world to come, yet, yon, yonder
  
  

From Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary :

  Beyond
     when used with reference to Jordan, signifies in the writings of
     Moses the west side of the river, as he wrote on the east bank
     (Gen. 50:10, 11; Deut. 1:1, 5; 3:8, 20; 4:46); but in the
     writings of Joshua, after he had crossed the river, it means the
     east side (Josh. 5:1; 12:7; 22:7).
     

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