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Many people believe in reincarnation.
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That Was Promised, believed to be the reincarnation of Azor Ahai, a legendary hero in Westeros' history.
Her book has been warmly welcomed in an America that is keen to know more about Mr Putin’s country and inclined to see it as the reincarnation of the Evil Empire.
Pinn is a tragic cipher who acquired some posthumous substance in his online reincarnation.
Now, a reincarnation of the club Happy Ending at 302 Broome Street is paying homage to Better Days with an exhibition.
There are vague concepts of reincarnation and renewal in the film’s ending, too, more reflective of Hinduism or Buddhism than anything Judeo-Christian.
Buddhists believe in reincarnation, and Wirathu and followers of his Buddhist nationalist 969 movement believe that the Rohingya minority have all reincarnated from snakes and insects.
But burdened with ideas of reincarnation and Christian mythos, the supposedly swooning love triangle among Luce and her beatific beaus lacks any of the organic interaction that could produce chemistry.
Photographs of Jean Shrimpton taken by David Bailey were papered to the walls backstage for the Fall 2005 collection, where Chloë Sevigny was having her hair teased into a reincarnation of the swinging London model.
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