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re·flec·tor

(rē-flek'tŏr),
Any surface that reflects light, heat, or sound.

re·flec·tor

(rĕ-flek'tŏr)
Any surface that reflects light, heat, or sound.

reflector 

Any device that reflects light (e.g. glass-plate, prism, mirror).

reflector

a device for reflecting light or sound waves.
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In the first phase, reflectors would be pasted outside the city on footpaths, road dividers and electricity poles at Jhang Road, Sargodha Road, Jaranwala Road, Canal Road, Sammundri Road, Dijkot Road and Narwala Road whereas in second phase, reflectors would be pasted in the city areas, he added.
The Surna team is very excited to have NuLeaf as one of its early adopters for our groundbreaking Reflector.
Safees are hard prism reflectors that are attached by a simple pin to your clothes at knee or thigh height.
The road reflectors, he said, use the light of the car headlight.
The researchers said the Lunokhod 1 reflector is especially useful because it is closer to the Moon's limb than any of the other reflectors.
Cats' eyes are like bike rear reflectors but not for the same reason.
Currently, polyphthalamide (PPA), a thermoplastic resin, has mainly been used for reflectors.
GEW has announced the launch of C3, a new reflector design for its range of UV curing systems.
AstroMesh reflectors are the only large aperture reflectors with a perfect on-orbit deployment record.
Its distinctive aerodynamic shape houses a choice of high performance reflectors in a low carbon footprint manufactured, near totally recyclable aluminium body; while its advanced optical technology gives architects, specifiers and designers the power to prioritise lighting direction according to planning requirements.
Children in Year One will once again all be receiving reflectors through Nationwide Building Society's Cats' Eyes for Kids scheme - children wearing a reflector may be up to eight times safer than without.
North Sutton, NH-based Labsphere, part of the Halma group of companies, has unveiled its Spectralon Laser Pump Reflectors to provide high levels of diffusion efficiency for peak laser output.