reciprocity


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Synonyms for reciprocity

mutual exchange of commercial or other privileges

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New Jersey YMCAs share a strong commitment to developing quality health and wellness opportunities for all and partnered to provide this unified membership reciprocity plan.
The researchers say the reciprocity rule explains their findings - people felt obligated to return the act of generosity, even though they didn't specifically request that the waiter bring them candy.
Those affected and harmed by such events would benefit greatly from uniformity and reciprocity in the state-based licensing regime.
With that essential change, lawmakers, including those who have long resisted reciprocity, should feel free to support HB 3093 with confidence that the state would open its doors to out-of-state license holders whose qualifications meet or exceed those of Oregon's 180,000 licensees.
With The Reciprocity Advantage by Bob Johansen and Karl Ronn, another book on a "new way to partner for innovation and growth" joins the hundreds already on bookstore shelves.
Reciprocity principle governs interstate relations and diplomacy and the government of Pakistan must take up this case in which a national political leader has been deliberately insulted.
Taking into account of the concept of reciprocity preference, it is natural that project-based organizations would adjust their knowledge innovation effort level according to others'.
The Ministry said this decision is based on the agreement for regulating transit of persons and goods on land roads between the Syrian and Saudi governments, an agreement which is based on reciprocity.
Lauren MacLean's Informal Institutions and Citizenship in Rural Africa: Risk and Reciprocity in Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire, is crafted in eight chapters under three different but related parts addressing various aspects of the formation of informal institutions and citizenship in four Akan villages two on each side of the Ghana-Cote d'Ivoire border.
The reciprocity principle that a third country benefitting from an EU visa waiver must extend the same treatment to EU citizens is a key feature of the EU's common visa policy", said EP Civil Liberties Committee rapporteur Agustin Diaz de Mera.
Arizona requires reciprocity lawyers to take a one-day course which can be completed like all our CLE programs.
As of July 1, states are now required to have policies in place regarding the issuing of appraiser credentials to out-of-state appraisers via reciprocity.
Under the plan outlined in the commission's Advancing Access through Regulatory Reform: Findings, Principles, and Recommendations for the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) report, a new interstate reciprocity system would be empowered to "streamline regulations and allow universities and colleges to more easily offer online courses" across the U.
Apparently that route had worked for years, and adjusters licensed in Texas enjoyed something of a privileged status with some benefits when it came to reciprocity.
The sector has witnessed an increase in foreign real estate acquisitions since the enactment of a bill last year that removed the condition of reciprocity and eased restrictions on the sale of land and real estate to foreign citizens and firms.