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Iowa State has not traditionally been a college football program that reciprocates heightened expectations with on-field success.
Every chance she got, she would playfully swat at Luna with her front paws, and expect Luna to reciprocate.
There is a state compact where they will reciprocate and recognize parts of their license or education, but you still usually have to go through a process and it takes weeks even if they are part of that compact.
China quickly reciprocated by sanctioning 11 prominent Americans.
You have had warmer feelings for Meg than she could reciprocate.
"You carry those things as easy as a walking-stick," Wakefield observed, ready to reciprocate in point of compliments.
PEAK AND PRAIRIEANNA FULLER
A girl of my own age, of fine character and noticeable refinement, fell in love with me and caused me to reciprocate.
Despairing of making her reciprocate his love, Kawelo poured into his mother's bosom his grief and his tears.
I feel it, I reproach myself that I do not reciprocate his regard as I ought, as he deserves—but is in my power?
Yet she was a woman of the people, a worker: otherwise—let me reciprocate your bluntness—I should have scorned her.
MAN AND SUPERMANGEORGE BERNARD SHAW

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