- n. Plural form of rebirth.
“The last-named feature, that of the Resolve and its persistent efficacy throughout rebirths, is of special interest.”
“In the Tantras or ritual books of modern Hinduism, there is frequent mention of such heavens and hells, and when the idea of rebirths is also met with, the rebirths are regarded as stages towards the reward or punishment of the _individual conscious_ souls.”
“Some will call it a miracle and others a sign of the apocalypse, and though the exact reasons for their rebirths is a mystery, it won't be for long.”
“Video: James Fallows talks to Atlantic editor James Bennet about a uniquely American tradition — cycles of despair followed by triumphant rebirths.”
“James Fallows talks to Atlantic editor James Bennet about a uniquely American tradition — cycles of despair followed by triumphant rebirths.”
“Science is merely the latest in a series of economic rebirths -- from being the largest city in early colonial America, to a centre for global shipping and sailing in the nineteenth century, to its current position as a biotech hub.”
“Mr. Strauss-Kahn's arrest and charge with attempted rape in New York this past weekend follows a long series of political deaths and rebirths.”
“At this point in my life, after so many deaths and so many rebirths, I know that Mario Benedetti lived what he wrote and wrote what he lived.”
“What with the pets and the rebirths and whatnot, it's cost me about as much as a monthly-fee game like City of Heroes.”
“Poor Heather -- she'd endure countless deaths and rebirths by her husband over the years.”
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