Adjective : reciprocal respect. ,reciprocal aid. ,reciprocal privileges at other health clubs. ,"Each other" and "one another" are reciprocal pronouns. ,a reciprocal function. From Dictionary.com.
Noun : The reciprocal of x is 1/. From Dictionary.com.
I think the word “community” is overused and misused but it is this kind of reciprocality without compensation that makes a social network feel more like a community and less like a business network. From Wordnik.com. [Twitpitch « BuzzMachine] Reference
Healthy reciprocality is not evidenced by the actions of Israel. From Wordnik.com. [On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...] Reference
An acknowledged reciprocality in love sanctifies every little freedom: and little freedoms beget greater. From Wordnik.com. [Clarissa Harlowe] Reference
The populace became a supplicant citizenry dependent upon the state rather than themselves and the socialist state aborted indigenous traditions of working class self – help, reciprocality and social insurance. From Wordnik.com. [Blond & Liberty] Reference
Their activities are based upon reciprocality, and they are to a certain extent the complements of one another. From Wordnik.com. [The Negro] Reference
The principle of reciprocality seems to require that its obligation on the other States should be reduced to the same standard. From Wordnik.com. [The Federalist Papers] Reference
Guanxi is the chinese word for mutually beneficial relationships, it's a complex concept that involves respect, reciprocality, and a certain deference to the person with more authority. From Wordnik.com. [Evolving Web] Reference
Again, since the segment of the survey was so small, there's no way that this change in attitude can be reliably extrapolated to include the whole of a country, but it's a clear indication that such radical changes can take place as long as those involved are in a positive work (or social) environment from which they can reasonably expect mutual reciprocality. From Wordnik.com. [Army Rumour Service] Reference
Looking for reciprocality is a better deal. From Wordnik.com. [Bill Clinton on Hillary Clinton: "Everything I'm saying here is my wife's position, not just mine."] Reference
Wanhope observed musingly: "I suppose he's quite right about the reciprocality of the offer, as we call it. From Wordnik.com. [Quaint Courtships] Reference
'market' economy, built on the faulty and inhuman foundations of inequality, scarcity, false quantification of value, and acquisition, could not survive. reciprocality (my preferred word: the more common word. From Wordnik.com. [How to Save the World] Reference
'leaders' in our culture do) because of the vast amount of detailed information that is needed to thrive in a complex environment, people in these cultures do not depend entirely on the conscious mind to process that information -- they appreciate how the subconscious, dreams, and instincts play into and enrich our understanding, and allow these elements to play an important part in their decision-making process generosity (both with knowledge and material possessions) and egalitarianism are essential elements of these cultures, and produces an environment of great reciprocality and trust much of the activity of these cultures enables the building of great self-confidence, freedom from anxiety (fear of the unknown), freedom from depression, and high self-esteem: the acquired respect and trust of others, the respect for individual decisions, the granting of individual responsibility, the learning and practice and recognition of finely-honed skills, a culture of collaboration and consult. From Wordnik.com. [How to Save the World] Reference
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