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  • noun Plural form of flection.


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  • I was therefore in my closet, comforting myself with my own agreeable re-flections.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • To perform only the prayer-flections and these with a hundred distractions?

    The Gulistan of Sa'di

  • After a complete ablution and assuming the ihram, we performed two prayer-flections, and recited the meritorious sentences beginning with the words “Labbaik Allah huma labbaik!”

    Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah

  • Nearby, trees poked out of its silver surface, casting distorted re-flections that never stayed quite still or quite in focus.

    Wizard and Glass

  • The pronounced religious character of Plotinus 'ideas on beauty and Saint Augustine's renewal of Plato's thought, as well as his fusion of the Platonic tradition with Christian doctrine, played a decisive role in the continuity of the thought of classical antiquity in re - flections on beauty.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Pop-up large image flections that justice could not be administered without a military force, and that too composed of Forreigners, to protect the judges.

    John Adams autobiography, part 3, "Peace," 1779-1780

  • Nature is ever one in her original truths and their duplicate re - flections; but ever conflicting and contradictory in her multiplied refractions through the minds of men.

    The light of Egypt; or, The science of the soul and the stars

  • And a Series of Re - flections which had been previously published in a work called “Receuil de pièces d'histoire et de litté - rature.

    Reflections; or Sentences and Moral Maxims

  • While the Re - flections, in which the thoughts in the Maxims are extended and elaborated, now appear in English for the first time.

    Reflections; or Sentences and Moral Maxims

  • E-flections of an Educator as a place for my personal (e.g. non-work) thinking and sharing, and the

    Middle Zone Musings


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