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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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Though my focus will be on the "outward performance" characteristic of reciprocation, I also want to stress the important link between inner and outer.
Mrs Wisdom said: "He's got the same characteristic which is to perform but he's on a mental decline and you can't get the same reciprocation from him.
The closed-cell design of the 400-DS features a patent-pending magnetic reciprocation mechanism for mixing.
The closed-cell design of the 400-DS features a patent -pending magnetic reciprocation mechanism for mixing.
President Kanokov explained that a main objective for the visit is to foster the economic relationship between the two countries through bringing together businessmen from both sides; in reciprocation His Majesty King Abdullah would visit North Caucasus to reconnaissance the investment opportunities that exist there and which would interest the Jordanian private sector, he added.
Based on their study, Lee and Boud concluded that writing groups were important because they encouraged peer reciprocation, made research development a consistent part of faculty lives, and provided desire and identity to the participating faculty.
In Winner, the radio station is documenting her; and in Good Times, she begins her tale of the epic party after meeting a cameraman en route to a concert, thus allowing for performative reciprocation.
In reciprocation, Japan's prime minister should quietly lay a wreath at Pearl Harbor on the appropriate occasion.
Shipping library books via UPS or establishing inter-library reciprocation programs can fill seemingly simple student needs.