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My upcoming April birthday would be a celebration of rebirth.
THE ANATOMY OF A BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR: ‘EARLY DETECTION SAVED MY LIFE’CHARLI PENNOCTOBER 6, 2020ESSENCE.COM
With the momentum on high, she’s now welcoming the second collection release since the rebirth of her brand.
HOW DESIGNER ELLE MAMBETOV STARTED AGAINNANDI HOWARDSEPTEMBER 28, 2020ESSENCE.COM
Unfortunately, there has been like a rebirth of an awakening of hatred and racism that is in your face.
DEBBIE ALLEN’S GRANDMOTHER LOVE DOUBLEDJOI-MARIE MCKENZIESEPTEMBER 11, 2020ESSENCE.COM
Whether this rebirth process happens in humans is profusely debated.
COUCH POTATO NO MORE: HOW THE BENEFITS OF EXERCISE TRANSFER TO THE BRAINSHELLY FANJULY 14, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
Moreover, the US constitution remains intact and federalism has undergone something of a rebirth since the start of the pandemic.
AS MINNEAPOLIS BURNS, TRUMP’S PRESIDENCY IS SINKING DEEPER INTO CRISIS. AND YET, HE MAY STILL BE RE-ELECTEDLGBTQ-EDITORJUNE 2, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
But to know the full charm of the great city, one must wake with it at some rebirth of dawn.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
As already stated, its rebirth dates from the second half of the seventeenth century.
YORKSHIRE DIALECT POEMSF.W. MOORMAN
Renascence here means rebirth, and it is applied to the recovery of the entire Western world.
THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY: BEING A PLAIN HISTORY OF LIFE AND MANKINDHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
Hence the Renaissance was not merely a rebirth, as its name might suggest, but a new world culture.
ELEMENTS OF FOLK PSYCHOLOGYWILHELM WUNDT
I am trying to tell them something of the ideal poetry that marked the rebirth of the Saxon genius.
SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATEEARL DERR BIGGERS

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