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reciprocity

any relationship between two parties or things in which there is mutual action, giving and taking. See EXCHANGE, NORM OF RECIPROCITY, GIFT EXCHANGE AND GIFT RELATIONSHIP.
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Under the reciprocity agreement, Rwandan nationals can enter the Philippines without a visa for a period not exceeding 30 days, provided that they hold valid tickets for their return journey or their next port of destination.
However, if passed Concealed Carry Reciprocity would allow people from other states to carry hidden, loaded weapons in our communities without meeting the standards required by Illinois law.
Like your Kenyan brothers and sisters, you will need only your identity card" without condition for reciprocity.
Ambassador Ashraf Mounir, Egypt's deputy assistant Foreign Minister for Diplomatic Passports, was contacted and he ordered that the principle of reciprocity be applied on the German diplomat.
researchers has found that solidarity of philanthropism and reciprocity is necessary to maintain cooperative societies.
The reciprocity is limited to a segment of vehicles including vehicles used for the transportation of property, have two axles and have a registered gross vehicle weight of less than 11,794 kilograms.
The Civilian Agencies and Industry Working Group (CAIWG) on Earned Value Management (EVM) recently released its guidance on Earned Value Management System (EVMS) reciprocity and EVM scalability.
I am not a proponent of reciprocity in bar admissions.
Basit created a stir by stating that Pakistan's Joint Investigation Team's (JIT) visit to India to probe the Pathankot terror attack was not based on reciprocity - the complete opposite of what the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said.
During the study, participants were placed in an fMRI scanner and made altruistic decisions driven by an empathy motive (the desire to help a person for whom one feels empathy) or a reciprocity motive (the desire to reciprocate an individual's previous kindness).
Enacting reciprocity in service-learning can be particularly troublesome because it requires faculty to learn to develop courses and partnerships in counternormative ways.
com)-- The Gateway Family YMCA announces the expansion of health and wellness opportunities for members as part of a statewide membership reciprocity program.