Its fair lakes reflect
a blue and gentle sky, and when troubled by the winds, their tumult is but as the play of a lively infant when compared to the roarings of the giant ocean.
If it was easy to reflect
, however, that such a boy could postpone school, it was at least as marked that for such a boy to have been "kicked out" by a schoolmaster was a mystification without end.
There lay the pond, set in its little alp of green--only a pond, but large enough to contain the human body, and pure enough to reflect
It was a warm evening, and even in the delightful drawing-room, where the fine old turf sloped from the open window towards a lilied pool and well-planted mounds, the heat was enough to make Celia in her white muslin and light curls reflect
with pity on what Dodo must feel in her black dress and close cap.
That it was abundantly sufficient to reconcile the mind to any of these mischances, to reflect that they are liable to befal the wisest of mankind, and are undoubtedly for the good of the whole.
Jones, however, who was sufficiently awake, and was not without an ear any more than without eyes, made some observations; which being joined to all which the reader may remember to have passed formerly, gave him pretty strong assurances, when he came to reflect on the whole, that all was not well in the tender bosom of Sophia; an opinion which many young gentlemen will, I doubt not, extremely wonder at his not having been well confirmed in long ago.
Remember, if you please, your interest, your duty, your moral obligations, your filial affections, and all that sort of thing, which it is so very delightful and charming to reflect
upon; or you will repent it.
A distant object can look bright to an observer because it's dim but has a large size (surface area) and so reflects
a lot of light.
As expected, the revenue procedure provides an automatic procedure for certain taxpayers to change to either the retail safe harbor method or to a self-developed method that clearly reflects
In part, the recent headway made on inflation reflects
the reduction in labor-cost pressures that accompanied the rise in unemployment.
446(b) to require the use of an accounting method that clearly reflects
income, the IRS disallowed the taxpayer's use of the hybrid method, and attempted to force the taxpayer to report all of its income and expenses on the accrual method.
Most of this difference reflects
sizable additions to loss provisions by large banks for loans to developing countries (chart 4).