interdependency


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Synonyms for interdependency

a reciprocal relation between interdependent entities (objects or individuals or groups)

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Bernard's in-house patch management experts verify and test every patch for deployment prerequisites and interdependency issues.
When we bring Russia into the World Trade Organisation, we're creating a healthy interdependency.
It also considers the interdependency and potential magnification of risk due to related factors.
What is necessary is a volleyball metaphor, a sport where role clarity coexists with role interdependency.
I thank you for making interdependency your theme this year.
A deepened interdependency can be good for everyone.
These three works map out a topological space in which various histories converge: the pre- and post-9/11 housing markets, the emigration of an Italian revolutionary to New York in 1850, the possible theft of Meucci's invention by Alexander Graham Bell, and the interdependency of the art and property markets in present-day Manhattan.
You've got the independent Navy task of replenishing its ship, the interoperability with all the Services ordering the same stuff from DLA with Service-specific systems, and then the interdependency of all the Services on DLA to get the food.
The piece, presented by the Jewish Community Center as part of an all-day festival titled "Israel Non-Stop," was a commentary not only on balance but on interdependency and love.
The child continues to mature and develop, discovering the larger community that surrounds his or her family with elements of interdependency and support.
American Jews, he said, have a tendency to think of themselves as independent people, but they should also recognize the possibility of interdependency on others.
Rather than re-orienting the study of political processes, it appears that kimira is an offering alongside the development of realism, interdependency, Marxism, behaviorism, and other political ideas and concepts, all of which are unabashedly Eurocentric.
The report examines the already tenuous housing status of more than 250,000 public assistance recipients and underscores the interdependency of Welfare payments and the low-income housing stock.
In a similar and complementary process, Spencer continued, societies developed from the simple to the complex and are characterized by increasing interdependency.