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In some ways, Sa'id is a re-incarnation of an Ottoman merchant, at ease in Kurdish, Turkish, Persian and Arabic.
The salt and pepper shaker set is one of the most utilised design shapes and it finds yet another re-incarnation, this time as Normann Copenhagen's Dolly.
In the courtroom, Agca depicted himself as a Messiah, the re-incarnation of Jesus Christ and in the years that followed, he gave contradictory statements and frequently changed his story.
Definitely it's not a re-incarnation of Google Wave, but it's obviously better than dumping an enormous project with huge amount of man-hour contributions, for nothing.
But there will always be a dark cloud which follows Maradona around, despite his recent re-incarnation as a manager.
Why did he choose to go against his grain, the one he had been marketing with zest as his very own - his home-grown seed, so to speak - from the moment he returned from exile and got down to meeting the challenge of political re-incarnation like a rejuvenated gladiator thrown into the ring?
All this could be clearly seen and heard in the "debate" for the re-incarnation of the amnestied and disarmed NLA.
What happens next: I believe in re-incarnation, so I don't think there necessarily is an "end".
However, for those of you who think this is a re-incarnation of the battalion-sized, Petawawa-based, air-deployable, elite Canadian Airborne Regiment (CAR), think again.
Through the highly individualistic gaze of Moretti, the film charts the struggles of the newly formed PDS (Partito della Sinistra), a re-incarnation of the PCI (Italian Communist Party) and the misery of its defeat in 1994 by Forza Italia, also newly formed, that was headed by Silvio Berlusconi, the Big Brother media magnate of the Right.
A wonderful find, with more than a hundred pages per issue of writing by women, PMS is the re-incarnation of the former literary journal Astarte, transformed into "something different, but just as vital.