rebirth

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And though our personal sympathies may well go to the finer-spirited Irish, this outcome was on the whole fortunate; for only through religious union with Rome during the slow centuries of medieval rebirth could England be bound to the rest of Europe as one of the family of cooperating Christian states; and outside that family she would have been isolated and spiritually starved.
Louis--and the major social changes, crises, and rebirths that have occurred in each between 1950 and 2000.
Their linear existence continues unrelieved by even the small daily deaths and rebirths of sleep or orgasm.