intercommunication

[ in-ter-kuh-myoo-ni-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF intercommunication
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The history of commerce is the history of the intercommunication of peoples.

Intercommunication in the biological sense has been allowed to run at haphazard.

The means of intercommunication are as primitive as those of Colombia.

And the rapidity of their intercommunication was extraordinary.

There was much variety as well as freedom of intercommunication.

As a part of this intercommunication one learns much from others.

For where else can friendship be met, but joined with fidelity and modesty, and the intercommunication of virtue alone?

So ends the first period of intercommunication between Asia—the probable birthplace of the old mythology—and America.

It is a function which is essentially akin to the provision of a means of intercommunication by means of letters.

But the conversation of the youths was such as to cause between us the intercommunication of smiles, and eventually of speeches.

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