double mirror

double mirror

[¦dəb·əl ′mir·ər]
(optics)
Two plane mirrors inclined at an angle to each other.
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And we secretly observe them in a restaurant, their whispered conversations reflected to infinity in a double mirror.
Beautifully, sharply, Tremain deploys Lev as a double mirror, simultaneously reflecting his constantly astonished interior and the sometimes brutal contradictions of contemporary Britain, where globalization and late capitalism have brought a confusing mix of opportunity and despair.
00, Double Mirror with lights pounds 784; DONO sofa from Rolf Benz in white leather with walnut back rail, priced from pounds 7,869 in leather, pounds 6,000 in fabric; Maison collection sideboard pounds 849, Lamp pounds 50 and Platinum dinnerware pounds 75 from BHS; Homebase's Lotty 12 piece dinnerware set pounds 29.
I decided to stop when I flipped the page and arrived at a full-page Jordache ad depicting a topless woman looking at herself in a double mirror, so that readers got a double exposure of her bare breasts.
Even the driver and passenger mirrors in the sun visors, which light when opened, have a double mirror, which magnifies even closer for the application of lip gloss and other such necessities.
Bateman cannot attach himself to the world and to achieve himself an identity in another way but the double mirror images, because he has no emotions--except for greed and disgust.
Double Mirror Magic provides an unusual kaleidoscope effect.
As a double mirror, Prazni prikazki is indicative of the peculiar position of that transitional generation of Bulgarian intellectuals who grew up with the decay of communism and are now growing old with the advent of the free-market culture.
Contrary to what one might think, he says, this does not make a double mirror but actually a transparent window.
And a double mirror for the bathroom and a walk- in shower and a spa bath with taps in the middle.