REFLECTED LIGHT (expr.)
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The Secondary Light is likewise of three sorts, the Direct, Reflected and Refracted. [...] The Reflected Light is that which ariseth from the endind of the Direct, it Lightneth all the Bodys on which it fals, cheifly the hinder parts of such Bodys as are Lightned before, by the Direct Beams.