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Synonyms for reciprocatory

given or done or owed to each other

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moving alternately backward and forward

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In a reciprocatory move, BCCI said its industrial committee has invited the Saudi chamber to participate in the Invest in Bahrain Forum to be held in the final quarter of next year.
Airlines [can benefit] from the airport development project with their participation in airport management or direct equity participation in exchange of reciprocatory benefits through concessions in landing and parking charges," said a aerospace and defence analyst at Frost and Sullivan.
On what is essentially a reciprocatory visit, Wen's trip may witness a nuanced shift in China's approach over Kashmir -- an issue that has emerged as a bone of contention between the two sides since 2008.
When Israel withdrew unilaterally from Gaza, taking the settlers with it, there should have been a reciprocatory push for peace from the Palestinians.
The fretting experiments were carried out on candidate biometallic alloys against bearing steel at 10N normal load for 10,000 cycles with relative displacement stroke between the flat and ball set to 80 [micro]m and the frequency 10 Hz, on a fretting (low amplitude reciprocatory tangential sliding) wear tester.
Agreement to the compromise suggested by Australia at the seabed negotiations offered Indonesia the opportunity to make a pragmatic reciprocatory gesture for accumulated Australian `goodwill'.