direct reflection

direct reflection

[də¦rekt ri′flek·shən]
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Most conspicuous in his dramas is his realism, often, as we have said, extremely coarse, and a direct reflection of his intellect, which was as strongly masculine as his body and altogether lacking, where the regular drama was concerned, in fineness of sentiment or poetic feeling.
Our new Ourouba/Madinnah Road ATM premises is the first of a major upgrade to ANB premises and features a stunning modern interior developed by leading design consultants which is a direct reflection of the major transformation taking place across the Bank in meeting the needs and preferences of today's technology savvy customers," said ANB's Head of Consumer Banking, Asad Alsada.
ANB's Head of Consumer Banking, Asad Alsada said, "Our new Ourouba/Madinnah Road ATM premises is the first of a major upgrade to ANB premises and features a stunning modern interior developed by leading design consultants which is a direct reflection of the major transformation taking place across the Bank in meeting the needs and preferences of today's technology savvy customers.
The responses are a direct reflection of employee's opinions and knowledge of a company's safety program and more importantly, how it is implemented at the field level.
Samsung Mobile Ireland manager Gary Twohig said: "This is something that has never been done before, and is a direct reflection of the increased popularity in Irish.
George Flower, general manager of the food division, said: "The new design, layout and product range that we will be adopting is a direct reflection of the demands of our customers and we are confident that the changes will be welcomed by our customers.
With Sorenstam, consistency is a direct reflection of her commitment to be the best player on tour.
The new service is a direct reflection of the surge in the Asian cargo business that we have been experiencing over the past two years.
The building's distinctive pattern is a direct reflection of its internal organization and its environmental strategy, where six orthogonal fingers of flexible office space are punctuated by radial atria: a series of two and six storey voids that spiral around the building, increasing perimeter desk space, and bringing light and air deep within the heart of the building's circular envelope.
As a direct reflection of HM-15's accomplishments, the Blackhawks remained in Bahrain as the permanent forward-deployed MH-53E AMCM and heavy-lift VOD capability in the Fifth Fleet's area of responsibility.
Mr Broomhead said of the figures: ``This is a direct reflection of the importance we put on improving communications and customer contact.
A sharper sense of how the works speak to one another in addition to a direct reflection of the time period might have provided a more useful way of forwarding this important topic.