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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishphoenixphoe‧nix /ˈfiːnɪks/ noun [countable]  1 PMa magic bird that is born from a fire, according to ancient stories2 rise like a phoenix from the ashes
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phoenixThe Baltimore rises like a phoenix across the street.Another phoenix is arising, with mutated plumage.Sugar was his phoenix, all he secretly cared about.No phoenixes rising reborn from the raging red fire.In some representations, in the Book of the Dead, the phoenix is depicted as arising from him.The phoenix is also sometimes depicted in Mithraic contexts.
PhoenixPhoenix  the capital and largest city of Arizona, US, known as a place that is extremely hot, where many old people go to live, and also as a city that is growing very quickly
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