interdependence[ in-ter-di-pen-duh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF interdependence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERDEPENDENCE
Their interdependence is, therefore, the point we have now to note.
The substance of the universe is activity; the law of the universe is interdependence.
We may define correlation as the interdependence of two or more characters.
As interdependence increases, the limits of coercion are narrowed.
But to that motive some informed sense of interdependence is indispensable.
"We live in a network of interdependence," Mr. Hennessey replied.
Interdependence must be made to take the place of boasted independence.
The only true independence is that which is the fruit of interdependence.
It is not quite yet realised how intense this interdependence is likely to be.
In other words, there is to be an interdependence between men and mining.