- r (often followed by `for') in exchange or in reciprocation
- r in a mutual or shared manner
the goals of the negotiators were not reciprocally exclusive
- r in an inverse or contrary manner
wavelength and frequency are, of course, related reciprocally"- F.A.Geldard
- The most winning--and moving--chapters of Eng's tale involve the love that blooms, reciprocally, between the brothers and Adelaide and Sarah Yates.
- It has never been a secret that the Americas and Europe reciprocally influenced each other, although the focus in much traditional history was on how the colonializers tamed -- or .
- Therefore, reminded Herr Mller, the Allies are reciprocally obligated (by a clause in the Treaty) to reward German good behavior with some such concession as early evacuation .
- Angela Merkel in BusinessWeek
I have to make sure that my partners react reciprocally,Merkel said. "For example, if we deal with countries where German capital gets no access and only a very limited (access), one has to consider whether to give such countries all...
- Arlen Specter in New York Times
There are some individuals which the Iraqi government and courts demand Syria to extradite. This demand still stands. Also we want activities harming Iraq to be halted. We did not call back our ambassadors reciprocally. We just summoned them in... Hoshyar Zebari http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoshyar_Zebari&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHFv_KJ020iYaIn_XNEAcP7VbN_yg Xinhua http://www.google.com/url?q=http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-09/01/content_11974325.htm&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFQPWg8cKxWAVFJ3_88IqK0DR0mFw Aug 31, 2009
81089 108951 reciprocally We think that we're entitled to some respect reciprocally," Mr. Specter said.