- n. Plural form of reflection.
“Mr. Jonsson admits to several mistakes before regulators seized Flagship, and amid his reflections is a look at how messy, interconnected and speculative lending became in that state amid a real-estate boom.”
“The table was made up using the base of an old office table with a new mdf top covered in black leather to reduce reflections from the monitors.”
“Even when their subject is someone, something, other than myself, they remain reflections of me.”
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“Wilson, who was hit in the other eye in a recent game, had started wearing a visor, but the reflections from the ice surface were giving him headaches.”
“Yet viewing those reflections is itself a powerful act, since it allows a momentary self-knowledge "vividly pictured" out of the flux of "the hurrying stream" of time and space:”
“Certainly, his wholesale indictment of the Palestinian leaders, his unqualified assertion that they seek the end of Israel, his pejorative reflections on Arab culture, and his support of Sharon's methods are at odds with the goals he once professed.”
“But the boys only saw a small blotch of khaki color on the rear platform of the train, and a brilliant point of light where the golden Canada sun flung back its reflections from a well-polished bugle.”
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