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an image of an object, plan, person, etc., as it would appear if viewed in a mirror, with right and left reversed.
an object having a spatial arrangement that corresponds to that of another object except that the right-to-left sense on one object corresponds to the left-to-right sense on the other.
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As you note, his left hand is raised to appear as an oath in the
The images formed by the
are a reflection of relationship between people on stage.
So this is sort of the
of offering tax credits to companies when they hire.
The long day closed, in other words, on a
of its beginning.
To every material object there is its ethereal
Researchers have found the clearest evidence yet for a superconducting state that differs from its
Now take an electron and the positron, think of them as
's of each other.
Chirality is the property of an object to exist as distinguishable
forms that are known as enantiomers.
of the bar graphs obfuscated the data.
It tests for a specific ability: to be able to recognise one's
as being how one's body appears.
British Dictionary definitions for
an image as observed in a mirror
an object that corresponds to another object in the same way as it would correspond to its image in a mirror
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