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reciprocation

[ri‚sip·rə′kā·shən]
(electronics)
In electronics, a process of deriving a reciprocal impedance from a given impedance, or finding a reciprocal network for a given network.
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Clr Andrew Cooper, Green candidate for Huddersfield and the party's Energy Spokesperson, said they would field candidates in Dewsbury and the Colne Valley if there was no reciprocation. "Nationally Labour have said they're not going to do any deals with the Green Party.
TO MASOOD The Pakistani team's visit is based on reciprocation.
The overall heat transfer coefficient was also higher during reciprocation, compared to the conventional mode, indicating a higher heat transfer.
The valveless function is accomplished by the synchronous rotation and reciprocation of the ceramic piston within a precisely mated ceramic liner.
But in a recent letter to the British Horseracing Authority, the ERA stated that it "does not seek reciprocation of the subsequent disqualification of Mr De Sousa."
In normal circumstances being placed on the forfeit list would automatically result in the individual becoming a disqualified person under an agreement between signatories to the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities, but as with Cosgrave last month, the BHA disciplinary panel upheld De Sousa's application for clemency after receiving a letter from the ERA stating it "does not seek reciprocation of the subsequent disqualification of Mr De Sousa".
You have made it clear this infatuation is one-sided and there is no hint of reciprocation from the object of your affections.
Six tenders for the supply of (a) an instrument for the electric quantities laboratory, (b) other instruments for the reciprocation and time laboratory, (c) a system for the calibration of TV sets for the audio laboratory, (d) controlling the environmental & accreditation conditions, (e) equipping of administration rooms, laboratories and warehouses among other site coordination works, also (f) supply of scientific instruments for the High Voltage Laboratory.
Beginning with an explanation of why everything is negotiable and how to overcome a discomfort towards engaging in negotiation, Tracy showcases six distinct styles of negotiation, and provides expert commentary on the key to persuasion by reciprocation, knowing when and how to terminate a negotiation, and a great deal more.
Since reciprocation demands further reciprocation, Mauss argues that, eventually, only the wealthiest--the most powerful--can survive, by gifting all wealth in the knowledge that it cannot be bettered.
Bouquets in mid-February will always be embraced, and they don't require reciprocation, only a kiss or a call - and a vase.
Shanaya and Rohan are childhood sweethearts but Abhi's attraction for his best friend's girlfriend and Shanaya's quiet reciprocation causes a rift in their friendship.