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It was a warm evening, and even in the delightful drawing-room, where the fine old turf sloped from the open window towards a lilied pool and well-planted mounds, the heat was enough to make Celia in her white muslin and light curls reflect with pity on what Dodo must feel in her black dress and close cap.
The idea of renewing my labours did not for one instant occur to me; the threat I had heard weighed on my thoughts, but I did not reflect that a voluntary act of mine could avert it.
This idea plunged me into a reverie so despairing and frightful that even now, when the scene is on the point of closing before me forever, I shudder to reflect on it.
There lay the pond, set in its little alp of green--only a pond, but large enough to contain the human body, and pure enough to reflect the sky.
The great looking-glass above the sideboard, reflects the table and the company.
The girl was quite as tall as her aunt Pelagie, with dark eyes that reflected joy as a still pool reflects the light of stars; and her rounded cheek was tinged like the pink crepe myrtle.
Although the revenue procedure states that the retail safe harbor method is deemed to clearly reflect income, the method must be used consistently and the taxpayer's inventory methods must otherwise also clearly reflect income.
The tepid response of M2 to declines in interest rates may partly reflect reduced funding needs at depositories associated with weak credit growth.
They found that the silks from the earliest "ancestral" spiders, which spin silks for only domestic purposes such as lining burrows and covering eggs, selectively reflect ultraviolet light and that the prey-capturing silks of the more recently evolved primitive aerial web weavers, Uloborus glomosus, have an even more enhanced UV-reflectance peak.