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The parameter H is a measure of how much they disperse while still remaining in minimal contact, while its reciprocal, interiority, is a measure of how much they huddle.

The relationship between hunter and prey can represent a reciprocal bond, infused with psychological meaning and spiritual weight.

So all you had to do was find the probability of having a perfect game of War, and then compute the reciprocal of that number.

The topics of these texts ranged from food, to movies, to books, to family, and all were conversational and positive, were reciprocal, and were, I believed, mutual.

Beijing could retaliate by imposing reciprocal sanctions on Apple.

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His visit also included a reciprocal invitation that the pope plans to follow up on in late May.

Sometimes I do a little, sometimes I do a lot, but always reciprocal and respectful.

One reason for cheer is that the interim agreement has brought together the hard-liners, theirs and ours, in reciprocal dismay.

The safety net is rooted in human instincts about reciprocal exchange.

And stop hugging Israel closer without looking for reciprocal moves.

The reciprocal tie in former times between servant and master was strong, now it is wholly gone.

In his simple creed if a girl accepted a man and let him kiss her and wore his ring it was a reciprocal love affair.

A remarkable identity of ideas and tastes, a ready and mutual sympathy, a reciprocal respect, soon made them friends.

Fig. 69 b is the polygon of external forces, and 69 c is half the reciprocal figure.

When a reciprocal love shall inflame my veins, then my lips will grow purple, and my kisses will be of fire!


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On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reciprocal, such as: complementary, mutual, companion, convertible, coordinate, and correlative.

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