But only in a looking-glass world can the growth and business being generated by Apple be seen as anything but remarkable.
His father had taken out the stick from behind the looking-glass.
But the looking-glass did not tell Denys anything of all that.
It might have been a sea of looking-glass, or lakes melted together in a mirror.
“I want a looking-glass,” said Strange, without a word of preface.
From a nail on the tent pole hung a fragment of looking-glass which Arcoll used for shaving.
I gave each of them a knife, a looking-glass, and a string of beads.
The comparison with a looking-glass self hardly suggests the second element, the imagined judgment, which is quite essential.
No genuine expression can be studied by the subject of it in the looking-glass.
I looked at him and he looked at me, and we both looked into a looking-glass in the store window.