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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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which is similar to the complementariness, with the difference that it considers two more cases and weights them.
The opening line of the dialogue indicates the light-dark complementariness embodied by Mariama and Janet respectively, or rather, embodied by the two of them together.
This example, as well as her use of red and green in the Christmas panel on page 2, are examples of association or provenance, the second type of affordance or source for making meaning with color (Kress & van Leeuwen, 2002, 2006) Finally, although not a distinctive feature, Machin (2007) writes about color harmony in visual composition and distinguishes two levels: complementariness (harmonizing of complementary colors), and value and saturation (p.
Taking into account the nature of the tourism business characterized by exceptional complementariness and interdependence (Camison and Monfort-Mir 2012) together with lack of capabilities to cooperate on one hand and a significant increase in the importance of cooperation as the basis of economic growth on the other, there is a great need for stimulation and support of cooperative initiatives in tourism destinations in order to develop institutionalized systems of tourism innovation (Sundbo et al.
there is an inseparable unity, complementariness and interdependence between One and Many, Noumenon and Phenomena, Absolute and Relative, Creator and Creation, Nothing and Everything, etc.
In this case, there are three factors: paternalism ("Girls should be loved and protected by boys"), complementariness ("Girls are more sensitive towards others' feelings than boys"), and intimacy ("Couple relations are essential to achieve true happiness in life").
The design of the research is a descriptive study whose objectives and methodology respond to paradigmatic complementariness given the nature of the phenomenon studied, which is largely unexplored, changeable and dynamic.
These characteristics favor and stimulate workers towards growth, reciprocity, mutual enrichment and personal satisfaction, in a collective and continuous learning movement that can be conducted by the subjects' internal motivation, as well as by respect for the other's discipline in the search for complementariness and the acknowledgement of each member's specific personal contribution in the team and of the different disciplines' limits.
Molecular complementariness as basis for reactivation of ackyl phosphate - inhibited enzyme.
They do so by depicting a mutual complementariness among the enemies and by erasing important differences among them.
This then allows us to eliminate those elements in the training offer structure which do not fit and to provide complementariness of selected topics, that is the spheres of supplemented knowledge.
gan parallels historical periods into which both concepts are divided, argues for complementariness, and concludes in favor of the reliability of the literary canon.
The doctrine of Aristotle is characterized by the affirmation of a non-exclusive complementariness among the different meanings of "to be.