# Vocabulary Word

**Word:**reciprocal

**Definition:**mutual; given and received in return; exchangeable; interacting; Ex. reciprocal trade agreement

## Sentences Containing 'reciprocal'

/toto/, a reduplication of /to/ indicates reciprocal action.

1997 - 2009: This period saw an unprecedented growth in reciprocal enquiries, reflecting increased cooperation between national parliaments.

A polynomial is called self-reciprocal if formula_7.

A TBL company conceives a reciprocal social structure in which the well-being of corporate, labour and other stakeholder interests are interdependent.

As in reciprocal crosses, the facility of effecting an union is often very far from equal, so it sometimes is in grafting.

Because it has a root of absolute value 1, the minimal polynomial for a Salem number must be reciprocal. This implies that 1/α is also a root, and that all other roots have absolute value exactly one.

By far the most biodiverse and prevalent of all haemogregarines, the genus is distinguished by its unique reciprocal trophic life cycle which lacks the salivary transmission between hosts commonly associated with other apicomplexans.

Each reciprocal agreement must be arranged via treaty between Thailand and other nations.

Gartner, moreover, found that this difference of facility in making reciprocal crosses is extremely common in a lesser degree.

He also employed reciprocal antagonism which is when you strengthen thoughts opposite of the behavior that is causing the problems.

He experimented on five forms which are commonly reputed to be varieties, and which he tested by the severest trial, namely, by reciprocal crosses, and he found their mongrel offspring perfectly fertile.

His research combines both disciplines through the study of the interrelations between the ways of knowing and inhabiting the natural world, proposing a dynamic continuous reciprocal feedback between both domains.

Honesty-Humility and Agreeableness both measure two different aspects of Reciprocal altruism, high levels of which indicate a propensity for helping behaviour and cooperation as opposed to the exploitation of others.

Honoring the six directions is a "means fulfilling one's reciprocal responsibilities in each of these relationships."

Hybrid plants produced from a reciprocal cross generally resemble each other closely, and so it is with mongrel plants from a reciprocal cross.

In 2011 he was selected as the inaugural Maclaurin Lecturer, as part of a reciprocal exchange between the New Zealand Mathematical Society and the American Mathematical Society.

In June 1986, the band began production on its second EP with local producer Jack Endino at Reciprocal Recording in Seattle, Washington.

Inversion of these matrices can be done easily as follows:
This is possible because 1/(ad-bc) is the reciprocal of the determinant of the matrix in question, and the same strategy could be used for other matrix sizes.

It is generally different, and sometimes widely different in reciprocal crosses between the same two species.

It states that one has a right to just treatment, and therefore has a reciprocal responsibility to ensure justice for others.

KCLS also extends reciprocal borrowing privileges to residents of many other library systems in Western and North Central Washington.

Many Athenians adopted Achaemenid customs in their daily lives in a reciprocal cultural exchange, some being employed by, or allied to the Persian kings.

New Feminists consider marriage to be a reciprocal self-giving of persons in free, total, faithful and fruitful communion.

On 19 December 2013, Garuda Indonesia and Japan's All Nippon Airways announced a partnership agreement encompassing codeshare flights as well as reciprocal Frequent Flyer programmes.

Reciprocal diplomatic expulsions (initiated by Fiji) occurred once again in November 2009.

Seedlots from among those tested in Phase 1 (greenhouse) were selected and the additional seedlots representing reciprocal cross pairs were sent from CRSIO.

Sir William de Wivelesley Abney says:
That is, "a" is the reciprocal of what we now call the "f"-number, and the answer is evidently in meters.

Tables of the period of reciprocal of primes up to 60,000 had been published by 1860 and permitted the factorization by such mathematicians as Reuschle of all repunits up to R16 and many larger ones.

The Association has reciprocal service arrangements with automobile associations and clubs all over the world.

The consideration of these facts on dimorphism, as well as of the results of reciprocal crosses, clearly leads to the conclusion that the primary cause of the sterility of crossed species is confined to differences in their sexual elements.

The diversity of the result in reciprocal crosses between the same two species was long ago observed by Kolreuter.

The gains of both are mutual and reciprocal, and the division of labour is in this, as in all other cases, advantageous to all the different persons employed in the various occupations into which it is subdivided.

The general approach is to take the minimal polynomial "P"("x") of a Pisot–Vijayaraghavan number and its reciprocal polynomial, P*("x"), to form the equation,
for integral "n" above a bound.

The hybrids, moreover, produced from reciprocal crosses often differ in fertility.

The nierika is a reciprocal magical conduit or path: the ‘eye’, 'hole' or 'mirror' is the magical portal through which humanity and deity perceive each other.

The reciprocal duties of master and apprentice make a considerable article in every modern code.

The reciprocal polynomial finds a use in the theory of cyclic error correcting codes.

The short arms also join to form a reciprocal product, which typically contains nonessential genes and is usually lost within a few cell divisions.

The two airlines also announced a reciprocal Frequent Flyer programme partnership, allowing passengers to earn miles flying both Garuda Indonesia and Jet Airways.

Thenceforward the history of the Jews in Spain is connected with the reciprocal relations of the "conversos" and the members of their families who had remained true to the old faith.

There is often the widest possible difference in the facility of making reciprocal crosses.

These licences have been described pejoratively as viral licences, because the inclusion of copyleft material in a larger work typically requires the entire work to be made copyleft. The term reciprocal license has also been used to describe copyleft, but has also been used for non-libre licenses (see, for example, the Microsoft Limited Reciprocal License).

These states are regulated by a reciprocal relationship between two types of neuronal cells, aminergic inhibitory cells such as serotonin and norepinephrine and cholinergic excitatory cells such as acetylcholine.

These two operations are reciprocal one to the other, as formula_4 and formula_5 as soon as the homogeneous polynomial "P" is not divisible by "z".

They were unmarried, young, of the same age and of the same tastes, which was enough to account for the reciprocal friendship between them.

Third, one must determine if there is an "aspect of victimization" to the behavior: rivalry tends to be incident-specific, reciprocal and obvious to others, while abuse is characterized by secrecy and an imbalance of power.

This provides certification that is reciprocal in 48 states, including New York and Florida, allowing graduates to teach in both public and private schools.

Token, symbolic reciprocal pledges were commonly incorporated into formal ceremonies as a way of solidifying agreements and other transactions.

When "g"("x") generates a cyclic code "C", then the reciprocal polynomial "p"*(x) generates "C"⊥, the orthogonal complement of "C".

Why should there often be so great a difference in the result of a reciprocal cross between the same two species?

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