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reflective

adjective abstruse, astute, complicated, deep, erudite, esoteric, intellectual, intellectually profound, penetrating, perceptive, philosophical, profound, sagacious, sage, scholarly, thoughtful, wise
Associated concepts: deep constituted interpretation
See also: aforethought, circumspect, cogitative, deliberate, esoteric, pensive, profound, rational, solemn
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This approach is related to the results in [16] where the problem of reflectiveness of normal extensions is studied in a much more general setting.
We concluded the group with a much more realistic outcome in mind: to effect some element of reflectiveness in the minds of the mothers, and so to open up the possibility for small, but potentially incremental, experiences of change.
We see growth and development when learners' confidence and independence become congruent with their actual abilities and skills, content knowledge, use of experience, and reflectiveness about their own learning.
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN "He has the depth, the reflectiveness, and the resilience to be our next president.
Well actually it's quite dull, in terms of its reflectiveness.
Obama, he writes, "has the depth, the reflectiveness, and the resilience to be our next President.
Literature, in whatever sense there is such a thing, is an inherently esoteric discipline, the business of none but a limited and self-constituting group of individuals who understand that the separation of the notions of truth and universal validity requires an ironic mode of thought that is radically collective, not the indefinite multiplication of individual reflectiveness that produces a "public.
The material isn't exactly uniform; a slight randomness in the length and alignment of the tubes seems to minimize reflectiveness and maximize absorption of light.
Brightness of colour, translucency and reflectiveness are obviously not characteristic of terracotta, although paint, glaze (not known in the ancient Americas) and burnishing can add these qualities to some degree.
The reflectiveness of Shinn's writing is mildly betrayed by Peter's reading of an email from Craig that details his awakening to reality in Baghdad, somewhat forcing an agenda that has been elegantly woven into the fabric elsewhere.
Instant safety for runners, cyclists and children on the walk to school, the Ron Hill Snapband is a 30cm loop of reflectiveness that snaps on to your arm or leg.