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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reflect.
- adj. bent or sent back (especially of incident sound or light)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Thrown back after striking a surface
- adj. Hence: Not one's own; received from another.
- adj. Bent backward or outward; reflexed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Cast or thrown back: as reflected light.
- In anatomy, turned back upon itself. See reflection, 10.
- In entomology, turned upward or back: as, a reflected margin.
- In heraldry, same as reflexed, 3.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (especially of incident sound or light) bent or sent back
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Nick Craggs, Adidas's UK marketing director, said: "The London 2012 Games are becoming synonymous with the East End of London and it was important to us that the name reflected this strong heritage – 'The Albert' creates mass appeal to the British public as well as creating global intrigue."
“The name reflected the scale of what we were doing,” Brin explained a few years later.
Their name reflected this duality: they were by definition half in and half out, with the constant chance that they would fall completely out and the constant hope of returning to be completely in.
In part, acceptance of the term reflected Confucius 'supposed distaste for coercive force as opposed to the softer power of ethical examples and the allegedly irresistible efficacy of moral suasion.
Still, as Swenson went back to the bridge, his expression reflected deep anxiety.
Her expression reflected an odd mixture of emotions tenderness, amusement, and frustration, all at once.
The phrase reflected the fears of activists and Egypt's new crop of political parties about how the transition to democracy is being managed by a military council led by Mubarak's longtime defense minister.
The phrase reflected the fears of activists and Egypt's new crop of political parties about how the transition to democracy is being managed by a military council led by Mubarak's longtime defence minister.
Her fourth album was intended as a comeback and the title reflected that; I'm Not Dead was released in 2006 to mostly enthusiastic reviews but slow initial sales.
The use of the term reflected their mission to organise a seemingly infinite amount of information on the web.