Refection


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REFECTION, civil law. Reparation, reestablishment of a building. Dig. 19, 1, 6, 1.

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People were out in force yesterday to see the artwork unveiled - a true refection of the warmth still felt for the extraordinary politician and remarkable woman.
It is something that is a refection of all the coaches and the students and the whole program.
21 for Shiites, is a month of prayer, religious refection and generosity during which Muslims abstain from eating, drinking, smoking and sexual relations during daylight hours.
All five grades can be extruded or refection molded, allowing use of a stogie material for tubing and connectors.
This introductory textbook on behavior genetics is a refection of recent trends in the fields of biological psychology and behavioral pharmacology, and should help students in those disciplines acquire a more thorough understanding of subjects such as DNA, RNA, chromosomes, genes, heritability, environmental influences and genetic counseling.
Inge's play is hardly cheap entertainment, but instead gives us a quiet and good humored refection on love, loneliness and the human condition.
It is simply a refection of a short-term over-supply that is usually corrected during the summer.
But all things considered, the result was not a fair refection on the play and the lads stuck with it,' added Sugrue.
Eggers-Pierola also includes, as part of each chapter, questions for refection and lists of resources, as well as "bringing ideas to life" selections.
But he insisted the scoreline wasn't a true refection of the pattern of play.
The term was "simply legal language and not a refection of Kenny's character," Zellweger, 36, said in a statement yesterday.
The term was ``simply legal language and not a refection of Kenny's character,'' Zellweger said in a statement Friday.