reciprocity law

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reciprocity law

[‚res·ə′präs·əd·ē ‚lȯ]
(graphic arts)
The law that, with standard development, the optical density of an exposed emulsion is proportional to the exposure time and to the illumination.
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Ensure that licensure reciprocity laws for mental health and substance use treatment professionals are implemented
A?ao?lu launched an office on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai in March following a change to Turkey's reciprocity laws last year, which gave Gulf investors the right to buy properties with an accompanying residency permit.
"We have examples of similar reciprocity laws elsewhere in the world that first came with loopholes but were later solved.
In Arlington, expect to see increased demand from technology and consulting firms, as well as potential demands from law firms if reciprocity laws change to allow Washington, DC lawyers to practice in Virginia.
He then turns to topics that are particularly attractive and accessible, including Gauss' theory of cyclotomy and its applications to rational reciprocity laws; Hilbert's solution to Waring's problem; and modern work on perfect numbers.
The spread of reciprocity laws has greatly eased restrictions on law-abiding citizens who travel with their firearms.
The potential impact of both the additivity and reciprocity laws on the polymeric materials community is tremendous.
In California, SB 118 represents the next step suggested in Justice Kennedy's majority opinion, that reciprocity laws for wine producers are barriers to interstate commerce," said Jim Richards, FWC chair and co-owner of Paloma Vineyard in St.
Justice Souter asked whether reciprocity laws between states were unconstitutional.
In the next 10 years, 15 states enacted new legislation regarding direct shipment, but only two of those states adopted simple reciprocity laws. Ten states moved to allow direct shipment, but they require some form of permitting on the part of the consumer, the winery, or both, prior to shipping.