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There is not so much humour in them as in some of the present day, but he sometimes gives point to his reflections.

History of English Humour, Vol. 2 (of 2)Alfred Guy Kingan L'Estrange

Struck with these reflections, I collected the remains of my fortune, and sold all my effects by public auction.

Such are the reflections suggested to Mr. Froude's sympathetic mind by the horrible scenes he has just described.

These reflections occupied his mind during the seconds in which he turned from his contemplation of the barricade.

Rayton: A Backwoods MysteryTheodore Goodridge Roberts

The voice, speaking suddenly in his ear from behind, roused Archie from his reflections.

In part his opinion was the result of his own experiences and reflections below stairs.

Sister CarrieTheodore Dreiser

He values his own thoughts and reflections too much to sacrifice the least of them to the interests of his story.

As we go on shipboard to sail for our American home, some reflections naturally occur to us.

Foot-prints of TravelMaturin M. Ballou

(So are all phenomenal bodies but reflections of the noumenal).

Reflections upon such purchasers as take advantage of the necessities of their fellow-creatures.

Clarissa, Volume 7Samuel Richardson

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