complementarity


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a relation between two opposite states or principles that together exhaust the possibilities

the interrelation of reciprocity whereby one thing supplements or depends on the other

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What keeps Francis from seeing same-sex relationships in this way, of course, is his understanding of complementarity --that is, the idea that God designed men and women to complement each other and that our biological differences are evidence that God intends different roles and purposes for the sexes.
In many situations, complementarity requires the ICC to abandon a case once a domestic prosecution has commenced.
In view of the above situation - which is rejected by Arab peoples - promoting complementarity has become an urgent necessity.
The direction of air transport (DTA) of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has commissioned every 3 years since 1999, a survey to analyze the modal complementarity between the TGV and airplane for passengers on the French market.
Several empirical studies utilize more elaborate methods to analyze the potential complementarity relationship (4).
This Essay examines the strengths and weaknesses of the complementarity principle.
Complementarity is present when bidders' value for the bundle is higher than the sum of individual values for these products.
The economic zone "emphasizes the building of a productive structure at a regional level based on complementarity and cooperation, toward the development and maximization of the capabilities of each member country," the Ecuadorian Finance Ministry said.
The Forum will discuss the frameworks of cooperation and complementarity between the public and private sectors, and review some of the successful experiences in Kuwait and other Gulf States by hosting businessmen and leaders of companies specialising in this area, representing various sectors in the Gulf countries.
A test for complementarity Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi was indicted by the ICC for crimes against humanity in June 2011.
2010, which aims to promote further development of bilateral trade relations and help the complementarity of the economies of both countries.
Summary: King Mohammed VI made a heartfelt plea for the development of inter-Arab economic and financial cooperation in order to rise to the challenges of development, highlighting the role of Arab financial institutions as a "key lever for the promotion of cooperation and complementarity between Arab sister nations.
2) Indeed, the complementarity principle limits the ICC's titular powers even relative to nonparty states sanctioned by the Security Council.
I should like to thank Christopher Rios for his fascinating historical article on the idea of complementarity in discussions about the relation between science and Christian belief ("Claiming Complementarity," PSCF 63, no.
The difficulties associated with the understanding of this principle are not new and actually complementarity created troubles even in Einstein mind [3] so that we are here in good company.