reciprocal series

reciprocal series

[rə′sip·rə·kəl ′sir‚ēz]
(mathematics)
A series whose terms are reciprocals of the corresponding terms of a given series.
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KARACHI -- Pakistan's bid to qualify for the 2017 Champions Trophy took a new turn as West Indies were pitched into the idea of playing a tri-series in Zimbabwe when the men in green visit the country for a reciprocal series in August.
Lahore, July 22 ( ANI ): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has strongly rejected reports that it is considering the possibility of hosting India in England for a reciprocal series between the two sides.
Given a chance to dispel the gossip, one-day skipper Cook even declined to confirm he wanted Pietersen in his squad when England play a reciprocal series in India next autumn.
If one does travel, he will put his feet up for the reciprocal series in May.
He told me they were interested in a reciprocal series with Zimbabwe wanting to send a team in May.
Following October's series, it's expected that the African side will then travel to New Zealand for a reciprocal series.
And although the genie has come out of his lamp too late to retrieve the Wisden Trophy, Lara may have saved this summer's reciprocal series in England from the marketing disaster of a one-horse race.
In fairness, nobody was killed and last year's reciprocal series was held in England, instead of being promoted by Don King at Madison Square Garden, with no serious misconduct.