complementarity complementarity


  1. (n) a relation between two opposite states or principles that together exhaust the possibilities
  2. (n) the interrelation of reciprocity whereby one thing supplements or depends on the other


  • Pope Francis: Kids Must Have Moms and Dads

    Pope Francis says children must be raised with 'the complementarity of the masculinity and femininity of a father and a mother.' Featured Image:  read more
    on April 11, 2014     Source: The Advocate


  1. "This demonstrates the dynamic relations between the two countries in this sector, and the strong complementarity of the two economies," Rudd said in a statement after meeting China's heir apparent in Canberra. "The agreements will also see...
    on Jun 20, 2010 By: Kevin Rudd Source: AFP

  2. "The institution of marriage necessarily entails the complementarity of husbands and wives who participate in God's creative activity through the raising of children," said the Pope, according to the text of the speech released by the Vatican....
    on Sep 4, 2004 By: Pope John Paul II Source:

  3. "Our two sides should build on our current strong relationship: give full play to our mutual complementarity, deepen and broaden our cooperation in such traditional areas as manufacturing, agriculture and animal husbandry, whilst strengthening...
    on Jun 19, 2010 By: Xi Jinping Source: ABC Online

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