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SB 3.11.23

niśāvasāna ārabdho
 loka-kalpo ’nuvartate
yāvad dinaṁ bhagavato
 manūn bhuñjaṁś catur-daśa
Synonyms: 
niśā — night; avasāne — termination; ārabdhaḥ — beginning from; loka-kalpaḥ — further creation of the three worlds; anuvartate — follows; yāvat — until; dinam — the daytime; bhagavataḥ — of the lord (Brahmā); manūn — the Manus; bhuñjan — existing through; catuḥ-daśa — fourteen.
Translation: 
After the end of Brahmā’s night, the creation of the three worlds begins again in the daytime of Brahmā, and they continue to exist through the life durations of fourteen consecutive Manus, or fathers of mankind.
Purport: 

At the end of the life of each Manu there are shorter dissolutions also.