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  • noun Plural form of reflector.

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Examples

  • But a solution, cinematic über-villainy in sensibility and scope, has been engineered by Bartenbach Lichtlabor GmbH involving 30 heliostats, “essentially rotating mirrors, mounted on a hillside to grab sunshine off reflectors from the neighboring village of Kramsach.”

    Let there be light!

  • But a solution, cinematic über-villainy in sensibility and scope, has been engineered by Bartenbach Lichtlabor GmbH involving 30 heliostats, “essentially rotating mirrors, mounted on a hillside to grab sunshine off reflectors from the neighboring village of Kramsach.”

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • She examined their answers and found that only one in three people got the answer right; these people were 'reflectors' - who think with the left-side of the brain.

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  • It's been quite a while since I'm aware of the usage of black "reflectors" to absorb unwanted light spills on the subject.

    Hanging Loose with Bil Zelman

  • This lighthouse was at a very dangerous part of the coast, and every day the lamps had to be cleaned and fresh oil put in them, and the great metal "reflectors" that were behind the lamps and threw the light far out to sea had to be burnished.

    Naughty Miss Bunny A Story for Little Children

  • Hence, some cut slabs out of old walls and use them as panels, and the stucco of such panels and "reflectors" has projecting bevelled edges all round it.

    The Ten Books on Architecture

  • It also emerged that 66 per cent of 'reflectors' pay off their credit card in full every month, compared to just 43 per cent of 'intuitors'.

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  • "STORRM DTO #703 Docking Target Installation: Background: Relative Navigation sensors for Orion vehicle require special 'reflectors' on the PMA-2 docking target," explained STS-131

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  • People who gave the right answer are 'reflectors'.

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  • Caldwell was one of three "reflectors" who observed the discernment process in Northern Michigan along with Bishop Tom Ely of Vermont and Dr. Fredrica Harris Thompsett, professor emeritus at Episcopal Divinity School.

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