[see also: represent, reveal, show, indicate]

The structure of a Banach algebra is frequently reflected in the growth properties of its analytic semigroups.

Strictly speaking, we should write something like $a(l,m,n)$ to reflect the dependence; we shall rely upon context instead.

In particular, integral curves evolve continuously, and we should seek to represent them using a measure which reflects this continuity in some way.

If $s_0$ lies below $ R_{-2}$, then we can reflect about the real axis and appeal to the case just considered.

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