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forming or serving as a complement

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either one of two chromatic colors that when mixed together give white (in the case of lights) or grey (in the case of pigments)

of words or propositions so related that each is the negation of the other

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acting as or providing a complement (something that completes the whole)

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Complementarily, different biological traits have been studied and it has been concluded that they are important criteria to determine the relation between populations of related triatomines (9).
Competencies are classified as skills and management quality; practices are classified as culture, communication and complementarily with other existing process.
The two authors work complementarily to build the individual and the organizational parts of the book, which are consistent, deep, and based on experience and relate to each other.
Each of these three natural ingredients acts independently and complementarily to protect against age-related increases in blood sugar and insulin levels.
Synergy and complementarily --Externalities --Batten (1995) --Cooperation.
Complementarily, to reach a high-level of performance, Maglischo (2003) noticed that the ideal inter-arm coordination in front crawl and backstroke should conform to the opposite coordination model, which provides continuous propulsion between the two arm actions.
Singh underscored the importance of adopting competition neutral policies and focussed on the need to recognise the complementarily between competition law enforcement and liberalisation of markets for procurement.
Thus it does not sacrifice the macro for the micro or vice versa, but incorporates these levels simultaneously and complementarily.
GCC telecommunications ministers: King's directives had a positive impact on on GCC complementarily.
When considering the multitudes of Alaska Native Village Corporations and the diversity of their lands and assets, many village corporations are finding complementarily divergent ways to make money and opportunities for shareholders.
The outer life again is so restless, noisy, so wrapping, it removes both forces and attention from us, in a way that it takes the first place, while the spiritual life works only complementarily or only partially interwoven with it.
As Naomi Rhot Arriaza suggests in The Pinochet Effect (2006, 208-11), small-scale projects work complementarily and interrogatively with the large-scale institutional processes of tribunals, commissions, official apologies, and redress settlements.
More importantly, it provides measures of economic variables such as degrees of substitutability, complementarily, and independence, which provide means of defining brands, product categories, and product subcategories (Foxall, James, Chang, & Oliveira-Castro, 2010; Foxall, James, Oliveira-Castro, & Ribier, 2010).
Complementarily, to study changes in sexism as a function of age, the Bonferroni's comparison of means in the 11 age ranges was conducted, and Spearman's correlation coefficients between sexism and educational level were calculated.