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  • His published articles and stories from the time reflect his experience in war.
  • Some changes are made to reflect modern language and knowledge of science.
  • His major works reflect his heritage and the love he had for his native land.
  • Also they are subject to change without public notice so this list may not reflect current plans.
  • The British origin of this new industry is reflected in many place names.
  • To reflect these changes, the school board expanded the schools once again.
  • The type and size of a museum is reflected in its collection.
  • Some of their works reflect social and political movements of that time.
  • Sound waves may also reflect off parts of the stadium or nearby buildings.
  • Two other annual events reflect the central role of agriculture in the local economy.
  • These claims are also reflected in the variety of names used for the islands and the sea.
  • These local party branches reflect the officer positions at the national level.
  • They reflect his feeling that people have lost the passion and free spirit that he saw in nature.
  • Additionally, the language of the music started to reflect a more local voice.
  • We need to find in which direction the light ray is reflected.
  • Often these regions better reflect culture and identity and a sense of common interests.
  • The book was later expanded by the author and the title changed to reflect the period covered.
  • He wanted to create a new architectural style to reflect this new era.
  • Their different way of life was reflected in their pattern of settlement.
  • Each park has its individual character which reflects through various monuments and their individual history.
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Meaning of reflect

  • verb Manifest or bring back
    This action reflects his true beliefs
  • verb To throw or bend back (from a surface)
    Sound is reflected well in this auditorium
  • verb Be bright by reflecting or casting light
    Drive carefully--the wet road reflects
  • verb Show an image of
    her sunglasses reflected his image
  • verb Give evidence of a certain behavior
    His lack of interest in the project reflects badly on him
  • verb Give evidence of the quality of
    The mess in his dorm room reflects on the student