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- n a relation of mutual dependence or action or influence
- n mutual exchange of commercial or other privileges
- A sort of reciprocity scheme to give immediate and efficient help to artists in distress in Vienna has been put into practice and is said to have proved a success.
- So there is room for theological argument as to whether the American reciprocity of touch was allowable given the social dynamics of the situation.
- De Waal focuses on what brings us together: reciprocity, empathy, conflict resolution.
- Ehud Olmert in Salon
Olmert added: "If our enemies genuinely want peace, they will find in us a fair partner, determined to establish relations of peace, friendship and reciprocity."
- Evo Morales in Forbes
Morales said the decree "a matter of reciprocity."
- Benazir Bhutto in The Age
Mrs Bhutto said the Government would have to make "an upfront gesture of reciprocity, a clear indication of political support for the Pakistan People's Party".