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It has partnered, and bought a stake in, Israeli video-production company Eko, which has developed things like interactive toy catalogs for Walmart.

From Fortune

A webpage can be interactive with JavaScript in ways that do not require a UI.

An interactive flood map produced by USGS shows most of the land surrounding the sports arena would be inundated if the sea rose just over four feet.

An interactive from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History offers close looks at ancient bones to show how early humans ate — and got eaten.

We have made those additions, but subsequent changes will be tracked only in our interactive.

Literature in the 14th century, Strohm points out, was an intimate, interactive affair.

“We truly are interactive and open to everyone,” Peterman told me.

We see the value in having an interactive platform, where anyone can share their point of view.

A webcam girl could offer a “hands on” interactive session without ever having to leave the bedroom or swap bodily fluids.

Their playful exhibitions are often meant to be interactive and instill a childlike sense of joy in the viewer.

We can conceive of few books more useful and interactive to the average boy than this.

The causes of pathologic and accidental abortion are very numerous and often interactive.

We see many more examples in interactive multimedia, or in the heavy traffic of Internet-based communication.

Regardless of the degree of complexity, the interactive component of orality cannot be maintained in writing.

Interactive TV will undoubtedly contribute even more in this direction.

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On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to interactive, such as: bilateral, collective, reciprocal, associated, communal, and conjoint.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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