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reincarnationre‧in‧car‧na‧tion /ˌriːɪnkɑːˈneɪʃən $ -ɑːr-/ noun  1 [uncountable]RR the belief that after someone dies their soul lives again in another body2 [countable]RR the person or animal that contains the soul of a dead person or animalreincarnation of She thinks she is a reincarnation of Cleopatra.
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reincarnationSince Bill Clinton took office, Hillary has undergone as many role transformations as her husband has ideological reincarnations.It is, however, generally agreed that the basis of Celtic religion was a belief in reincarnation.Not believing in reincarnation or the after-life, it's my view that our lives are not dress rehearsals.This is the law of reincarnation.The theory is directly related to the Hindu concept of Karma, pre-suggesting a principle of reincarnation.A renovated reincarnation of Cassandra would be a good choice for co-anchor.Brion is very nearly a Sousa reincarnation.reincarnation ofMany Nepalis view him as the reincarnation of the Hindu god, Vishnu.
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