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  • n  mutual or reciprocal relation or relatedness

  • No one can create or market a product alone anymore, so interrelatedness is a necessity.
  • No one can create or market a product alone anymore, so interrelatedness is a necessity.
  • As Ford Adviser Buchen puts it: "The interrelatedness of our domestic problems is so great that there's very little room for miscalculations.
Quotes

  • Martin Luther King in PEJ News
    Martin Luther King, Jr., in his famous letter from a Birmingham jail, wrote in your city when you were a child: "I am cognizant of the interrelatedness of all communities and states. I cannot sit idly by in Atlanta and not be concerned about what...
  • Samuel Kobia in Worldwide Faith News (press release)
    As the UN faces the 21st century highlighting the interrelatedness of development, security and human rights, the WCC strongly believes multilateralism is the only way to respond to the challenges of today,said WCC general secretary Samuel...
  • Matthew Carnahan in Jackson Clarion Ledger
    It's like a nasty, dirty morality play,says Carnahan, a veteran of such shows as Fastlane and Trinity. "It's really about the effects of our actions and the interrelatedness of our actions, and personal responsibility."

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