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Essays by an Indigenous scientist offer lessons in reciprocal awareness between people and plants.
Indeed, research shows career mentoring has reciprocal benefits and is not only beneficial for proteges.
Rival financial hubs Hong Kong and Singapore are set to become the first regions in the world to open a reciprocal “air travel bubble,” after ministers from both governments announced a preliminary agreement Thursday.
Mudgee and monaudud, may reciprocally change genders, the first by the addition of i-e-e, and the second by altering ud to izzi.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
Oaths are not held sacred; nor words, nor swearing, nor binding compacts reciprocally made.
Mudjee and monaudud may reciprocally change genders, the first by the addition of iee, and the second by altering ud to izzi.
Style is the disentangling of thoughts or ideas reciprocally involved in each other.
Reciprocally, it is in M. Comte's opinion essential, that all directors of labour should be rich.
That is, the datum and the meaning as reciprocally qualified by each other constitute the objective of thought.
All the qualities, which theology ascribes to God, reciprocally destroy one another.
GOOD SENSEPAUL HENRI THIRY, BARON D'HOLBACH

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