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In the spirit of reciprocity, Windmill wants us to make money too.
It is a beautiful system of informal mutual aid, of unspoken reciprocity between strangers with a shared mission of reaching a distant destination.
With the same setup, we should see reciprocity with other dogs.
More reliable than any human, and reciprocity is not an issue.
The Baltimore Museum of Art last week unveiled a new brand that, like the National Gallery’s, uses bold colors and a new logo to reinforce its commitment to “social justice, equity, reciprocity, and artistic excellence.”
Revisiting the soul music of Womack is a good first step to rescuing the reciprocity necessary for real intimacy.
The ethic of reciprocity lies at its center: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
So to have these exchanges, the reciprocity has been marvelous.
This was inconvenient, so I can see why the gun lobby wants a national concealed-carry-permit reciprocity law.
The U.S. has transferred seven prisoners to Russia over the last two years, Kerry said, and the U.S. expects reciprocity.
When there, he became convinced of the great importance of reciprocity to the people of the island.
In official circles reciprocity was sought as a homeopathic cure for the desire for annexation.
Laurier would not go so far, and the policy of unrestricted reciprocity was made the official programme in 1888.
The Liberals, with their policy of unrestricted reciprocity, seemed destined to reap the advantage of this rising tide of feeling.
Time and again she had sought reciprocity, only to have her proposals rejected, often with contemptuous indifference.
On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reciprocity, such as: cooperation, exchange, mutuality, reciprocality, and reciprocation.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.