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reflective

(1) Refers to light hitting an opaque surface such as a printed page or mirror and bouncing back. See reflective media and reflective LCD.

(2) A programming language feature (see reflection).
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Through these parallel narratives the artist reveals a grey zone asking how individuals can reflectively locate themselves within the complex processes of developing healthy relationships between indigenous and non-indigenous communities.
Vote for a principled man who listens reflectively to the very people he represents.
The moving saga telling of the Roses, Ainsley and his beloved cats, is one certain to give pleasure to those who are looking for something a little different to read reflectively, bit by bit wrapped in a quilt before the fireplace during a chilly winter afternoon.
Even though I come from an impoverished family and my parents lacked the money to send me to senior school, I always dreamed of being able to learn as much as I can and to one day attend university," says Susilo, reflectively.
This unique volume is the only publication to systemically, reflectively, and annually review issues and perspectives in comparative and international education research.
Notably, the psychoanalytic contributions challenged those working in the field of infant mental health in South Africa to engage more reflectively, both with local contextual and cultural influences and the broader social shifts occurring in our society and internationally.
Establishing Rapport With The Client And Listening Reflectively.
The somber and nearly elegiac Nothing Is Enough (also playing on the form of textual duet) alludes to the hangover Stark experienced after the wide acclaim she received for My Best Thing (screened twice during the run of the show), for which the artist became "famous for having sex with Italian guys on the internet," as she reflectively notes in Nothing Is Enough.
Director Roger Sargent says: "In Heart of the Matter, Peter and Carl reflectively talk about the damage and abuse they have caused themselves over the years.
It's tempting to hope that Zink's unnerving humor might pry open a space for us to think more reflectively about racism, homophobia and sexism than our earnestness usually allows.
A significant quality of the book is that it invites readers to understand and act reflectively and responsibly in our religiously plural world.