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All this peaceful beauty of Nature's renascence was nothing to her.
But with the poetic taste of the Renascence Surrey inherited its wild and reckless energy.
Renascence here means rebirth, and it is applied to the recovery of the entire Western world.
The physicist of the renascence abandoned scholastic speculation and began to study Nature in the language of experiment.
England is a country of great Renascence landed gentlefolk who have been unconsciously outgrown and overgrown.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
Man, final emancipation of, 47: see also Renascence of Wonder, ‘Aylwinism.’
The Renaissance was only a part of the Renascence of Europe.
The ideals of the Renascence were caricatured in their offspring of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
But the temper of the Renascence was even more antagonistic to the temper of Luther than that of Rome itself.
We have two later records which may be referred to now to indicate the change wrought by the Renascence.

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