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I belive stars make light, not reflect them.
Things with shiny surfaces reflect light :)
Planets reflect light.
Planets are dark spheres that reflect light from the sun.
no, solar panels don't reflect light
he Shinto belief of man's harmony with nature.
Oxford Lectern Bible was created in 1935.
Oblong means that something is elongated. Examples are a rectangle and an oval. An oblong pulpit lectern would be a lectern that is elongated in shape.
the golden fishes scales reflect your revision because it is so shiny.
The correct spelling of "lectern" is l-e-c-t-e-r-n.
A computer lectern allows a professor to put his or her laptop on the lectern while conducting a lecture. Lecterns can be purchased at retailers such as Office Max.
A reading desk in a Church is usually referred to as a lectern.
A lectern is a sloping upright reading stand - they are used in Churches or for public speaking such as a debate.
The lectern is usually the stand on which the Bible rests and from which the "lessons" (reading from Scripture) are read during the service.
A podium. Which, increasingly, people are getting confused with a "lectern". You stand ON a podium. You stand BEHIND a lectern.
Below the alter are the pulpit and lectern, a stand on which the Bible rests and from which Bible readings are given.