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  • noun Plural form of refection.

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Examples

  • Ambika 3, NW1 & Sprüth Magers, W1, Tue to 26 Mar SSThe exhibition's lovely title – Airports For The Lights, Shadows And Particles – is taken from a comment by John Cage on Robert Rauschenberg's white paintings concerning the works' receptive sensitivity to their surroundings, and it's apt for this well-deserved look back at 20 years of poetic visual refections from Jyll Bradley.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • Trust there to be two of the same blogs stating what no ideas, just refections McConnell from Republican John King's show.

    McConnell: Reid bill 'the wrong direction to go' on reform

  • Some refections on the world economic depression: Prepared for the biennial congress of the International chamber of commerce at Washington, 4th May, 1931 by Sir James Arthur Salter

    Want to Prevent a Depression? Impeach Dick Cheney!

  • I really like the refections on the bootom of the plane and the suggestion of the accordian-fold on the ramp.

    Logan Airport

  • Some refections on the world economic depression: Prepared for the biennial congress of the International chamber of commerce at Washington, 4th May, 1931 by Sir James Arthur Salter

    There are Laws Against Stimulating Corpses!

  • I'm sure the refections were more werewolfy earlier on...but they didn't think people would find her "tempting" enough.

    Blood and Chocolate - The Film

  • December 31, 2006 - end of the year refections on 2006 resolutions

    kemo666 Diary Entry

  • It had been arranged that we should start early, so as to avoid the mid-day sun, breakfast in the boat, — Mahmoud in this way engaged to provide me with two refections, — take our rest at noon in a pavilion which had been built close upon the well of the patriarch, and then eat our dinner, and return riding upon camels in the cool of the evening.

    Tales of all countries

  • We are gratified by observing several external improvements during the past year; such as a larger and more convenient dining room, a labor saving cooking apparatus, a purer diet, a more orderly and quiet attendance at the refections, superior arrangements for industry, and generally an increased seriousness in respect to the value of the example which those who are there assembled may constitute to their fellow beings.

    Brook Farm

  • The evening was made pleasant with sacred music, and the fatigues of two long services repaired by such simple refections as would not turn the holy day into a day of labor.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 122, December, 1867

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