It is reflective of the economy.
This is reflective of the new Web 2.
Reflective of weakness and insecurity.
The double standards are obvious and reflective of the Indian dominace of the ICC.
As a result, the artwork is a truly collaborative effort, reflective of the community's contributions and spirit.
The products for sale are reflective of the content, and eventually, the person viewing the content, on the page.
But look, I think we have to be critically reflective about this issue.
I don't know, there is something very reflective about these creatures.
It has made me think and be more reflective about what I want and what I can do.
And also very reflective about how much my life has changed to get to this point.
Owen doesn't seem terribly reflective about the people he killed or helped to kill.
Some marks would be allocated to students ' self-assessment, encouraging them to be reflective about their work.
For what it's worth, I think it's important to be reflective about one's teaching, and to continually seek to improve.
Twin studies have allowed us to be more reflective about what people are actually born with and what's caused by experience.
It's reflective in the means of communicating.
So I suppose I was quiet, reflective in that sense.
Her brown eyes were reflective in the kitchen's harsh, fluorescent light.
They're not just being reflected by the moon itself, the moon isn't reflective in that sense.
The slaughtering of normal townsfolk should be more reflective on a person.
Others in the pro-communisation camp are more reflective on possible mutations of capitalist society.
After spending more than 20 years as a shepherd on a farm, Ross Bodine (William Holden) is becoming increasingly reflective on life.