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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A proof of the reciprocity law of the triple symbol.
Walker says that interest from the GCC states continues to be high, and investors are keen to snap up properties, particularly since the abolishment of the reciprocity law. The Turkish government is expected to bring out new investor- friendly regulations in the coming years as it seeks to attract foreign direct investment to fuel its impressive growth curve.
"The Gulf countries represent a huge potential for the residential sector in that regard," he said, pointing out that foreign sales of Agaoglu properties have exceeded $800mn following the Reciprocity Law.
The company's slogan 'Invest in Turkey' coincides with the 'Reciprocity Law', recently put into effect in Turkey, allowing foreigners to buy residences in the country without observing the reciprocity principle.
A law enabling foreign citizens to buy property in Turkey -- known as the reciprocity law -- came into force last year after passing through Parliament and the Cabinet.
Hasan Rahvali, Agaoglu Group General Manager said that the Reciprocity Law initiated by the Turkish government has enabled many foreign investors to opt for Turkey as a favourite investment destination.
This information is obtained with the help of a relation that generalises the reciprocity law for Jacobi's theta functions (see Lemma 2).
Under Washington's old reciprocity law, only two cases per year could be shipped.
A few years later, Schwarzschild, an astronomer, proposed a modification of the reciprocity law that fit his low intensity, stellar data.
Based on the reciprocity law, the photoresponse of a material is dependent only on the total energy to which the specimen is exposed, and is independent of the exposure time and the intensity of the radiation taken separately.
It had the full backing of the government, which early last year passed the "reciprocity law" that ties in real estate investments to residency rights.