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The act of changing every single cell in your body in order to survive a near death experience (as opposed to actual death which can really put a crimp in your day).

As practised by Gallifreyan timelords; also practised by highly qualified time ladies, apparently on a whim.

An habitual user of regeneration is the timelord known only as The Doctor. In fact he himself has been quoted as saying "I've changed every cell in my body" and yet paradoxically is the same man. Feminists have supported this statement's validity though as all men are the bloody same.

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