Some articles on reflection, reflections:
... he wasn't becoming a vampire when he pointed out Ra still had his reflection in a mirror ... Ra was now convince he was Thatch's mindless minion when he couldn't see his reflection ... be convince he wasn't a vampire after seeing his reflection in a pool of water inside the caverns ...
... The large index difference makes the reflection quite substantial (per the Fresnel coefficients) ... The reflection is most commonly reduced by using a dome-shaped (half-sphere) package with the diode in the center so that the outgoing light rays strike the surface perpendicularly, at ... material should also match the index of the semiconductor, to minimize back-reflection ...
... Phil da Agony (The Aromatic Album, 2004) "For Women" by Reflection Eternal (Train of Thought, 2000) "Fortified Live" by Reflection Eternal featuring Mos ...
... Point reflection, a reflection across a point Reflection (mathematics), a transformation of a space Reflection formula, a relation in a function Reflection group, a group generated by reflections ...
... altitude of 1900 km and was able to observe specular reflection in radar observations ... The conclusion drawn from the strength of the reflection was that the lake level did not vary by more than 3 mm over a first Fresnel zone reflecting area only ... Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) observed a specular reflection in 5 micron infrared light off a northern hemisphere body of liquid at 71° N, 337° W ...
More definitions of "reflection":
- (noun): The image of something as reflected by a mirror (or other reflective material).
Example: "He studied his reflection in the mirror"
- (noun): The phenomenon of a propagating wave (light or sound) being thrown back from a surface.
- (noun): A calm lengthy intent consideration.
Synonyms: contemplation, reflexion, rumination, musing, thoughtfulness
- (noun): (mathematics) a transformation in which the direction of one axis is reversed.
Famous quotes containing the word reflection:
“Water. Its sunny track in the plain; its splashing in the garden canal, the sound it makes when in its course it meets the mane of the grass; the diluted reflection of the sky together with the fleeting sight of the reeds; the Negresses fill their dripping gourds and their red clay containers; the song of the washerwomen; the gorged fields the tall crops ripening.”
—Jacques Roumain (19071945)
“Much of what passes for quality on British television is no more than a reflection of the narrow elite which controls it and has always thought that its tastes were synonymous with quality.”
—Rupert Murdoch (b. 1931)
“The reflection of her here, and then there,
Is another shadow, another evasion,
Another denial. If she is everywhere,
She is nowhere, to him.
But this she has made.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)