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  • noun Plural form of rebirthing.

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Examples

  • You can find all sorts of inflatable vinyl public buildings at InflatableVinylPublicBuildings.com, suitable for weddings, bar mitzvahs, rebirthings, graduations from those vocational schools you see advertised on daytime television, pet weddings, ritual de-pantsings and milk runs.

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  • You can find all sorts of inflatable vinyl public buildings at InflatableVinylPublicBuildings.com, suitable for weddings, bar mitzvahs, rebirthings, graduations from those vocational schools you see advertised on daytime television, pet weddings, ritual de-pantsings and milk runs.

    Spinning Suspicious Searches

  • You have to be a miserabilist - and I admit I am a sucker for art's bleaker regions - not to take pleasure in Rist's warm baths of light and nature, her sunny uplands and repeated underwater rebirthings, her swoony songs and gleeful mischievousness .

    The Guardian World News

  • You have to be a miserabilist - and I admit I'm a sucker for art's bleaker regions - not to take pleasure in Rist's warm baths of light and nature, her sunny fertile fields and underwater rebirthings, her gleeful swooning mischievousness.

    The Guardian World News

  • You have to be a miserabilist - and I admit I'm a sucker for art's bleaker regions - not to take pleasure in Rist's warm baths of light and nature, her sunny fertile fields and underwater rebirthings, her gleeful swooning mischievousness.

    The Guardian World News

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