one 'who attains two ends simultaneously',
the extinction of fermentations and the end of life (s. Pug. 19).
In A.VIII.6 it is said:
"Such is the case with a monk who dwells in the contemplation
of impermanency of all forms of existence, keeping before his eyes their
impermanency, perceiving their impermanency, perseveringly, steadfastly,
undisturbed, of firm mind, wisely absorbed; and in whom at one and the same time
the extinction of fermentations and the end of like take place." (App.)