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When we reflected that this was not a solitary phenomenon, never to happen again, but that it would happen forever and ever, an infinite number of evenings, and cheer and reassure the latest child that walked there, it was more glorious still.
As usual, he was engaged in looking at the girl, when suddenly he thought he saw a second mirror reflected in the first, exactly like his own, and with the same power.
He reflected for a second and then descended the stairs.
De Guiche reflected for awhile, and then said aloud, "Let him who loves me, follow me
I must confess frankly that I have not reflected on my motives," I said.
You have not reflected at all," rapped the clergyman.
As we walked along I reflected on a circumstance which all that I had lately heard about Strickland forced on my attention.
And then his laughter came again, when he reflected that Phoebus was alive; that after all, the captain lived, was gay and happy, had handsomer doublets than ever, and a new mistress whom he was conducting to see the old one hanged.
murmured the young man, eagerly comparing the likeness of Louis with his own countenance reflected in the glass.
It is not enough for me to know what I have in me- everyone must know it: Pierre, and that young girl who wanted to fly away into the sky, everyone must know me, so that my life may not be lived for myself alone while others live so apart from it, but so that it may be reflected in them all, and they and I may live in harmony
she reflected, pausing by the window, which, as the night was warm, she raised, in order to feel the air upon her face, and to lose herself in the nothingness of night.
she cried; for she could see all her pretty face and fluffy, rainbow-tinted gown reflected in the pool, as natural as life.