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The two rekindled the romance and even attended another episode of the show during their Valentine’s Day date.WE CAN’T GO TO A BAR NOW. SO THESE NYU GRADS SIMULATED ONE — AND IT’S WILDLY POPULAR.TRAVIS ANDREWSAPRIL 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In 2011, the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japan rekindled society’s smoldering nuclear anxieties.HOW MATTER’S HIDDEN COMPLEXITY UNLEASHED THE POWER OF NUCLEAR PHYSICSEMILY CONOVERAPRIL 8, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
If we want to truly break out of pandemic life’s emotionally draining slog, we must consider rekindling our relationships with the clothes of the before time.IT’S TIME TO START WEARING JEANS AGAINALETA BURCHYSKIMARCH 17, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
When Lemire came home, they started hiking more together, rekindling an early passion of their relationship.WHAT IT’S LIKE TO FALL IN LOVE ON A LONG HIKEGRAYSON HAVER CURRINFEBRUARY 13, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
I knew my heart craved one word, however matter-of-fact, that would rekindle the hope that was dying within me.THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
The fires of the Puritan faction had smouldered out; those of the Jacobite frenzy had hardly had time to rekindle.A CURSORY HISTORY OF SWEARINGJULIAN SHARMAN
By degrees, however, they sought to rekindle the embers of that fire which with thoughtless hand they aided to extinguish.THE FELON'S TRACKMICHAEL DOHENY
But they would not listen to him, and prepared to rekindle the light.BRETON LEGENDSANONYMOUS
Rekindle the fire of our affections, purify the light of our conscience.THE WHOLE ARMOUR OF GODJOHN HENRY JOWETT
For these hopes must constantly be rekindled, and only those who live can rekindle them.PRESIDENT WILSON'S ADDRESSESWOODROW WILSON


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