- n. Plural form of reincarnation.
“Given television's transitory nature — a parade of soon-to-disappear fads and faces — it's easy to ask: Do you believe in reincarnations?”
“Take these cute reincarnations from the Star Wars universe home to your galaxy and laugh as your friends’ thumb drives cower in fear and shame at their terrible ordinariness.”
“Though I do have to say, I quite liked her description of Odysseus and his constant "reincarnations”
“In the Timaeus and in the Republic the course of successive reincarnations which is basic to this concept of the Universe is accomplished by the choices which man makes through the compelling power of the stars, but in conformity with the divine will.”
“There is a machinery of planes and spheres and emanations and reincarnations which is not at all peculiar to spiritism but belongs to the fringes of the occult in every manifestation of it, which is perpetually recurrent in modern spiritualistic literature.”
“reincarnations" and portraying it as an organization that is not the direct descendent of the Cheka-NKVD etc. (as it is portrayed on all its official symbols) but a kind of "Aphrodite born from the waves", appeared from nowhere.”
“The taboos depended on which god was being worshipped and which animals were regarded as reincarnations of the deity.”
“The school he has begun to attend is filled with students who are also reincarnations of various folk figures.”
“Furthermore after a century of trying to create a tax system that would bring distributional justice into this cycle of reincarnations.”
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