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reciprocity

Medical education The recognition by one jurisdiction–eg, a state, of the validity of certificates and licenses–eg, to practice medicine issued by another jurisdiction

rec·i·proc·i·ty

(res'i-pros'i-tē)
A mutual agreement between two U.S. states whereby each agrees to grant a license to practice medicine to any person licensed by the other state.
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Previous research on the reciprocal relationship between parental monitoring and adolescent delinquency and problem behavior, however, did not account for peer social influences, (1,2) and results of one study suggest that peer risk involvement might be a stronger influence on adolescent problem behavior than parenting.
Notably, nationals of Arab countries are exempt from the reciprocal relationship requirement mentioned above.
Our challenge now is that this working together in an "equal and reciprocal relationship" does not remain a one-off but that it's the beginning of a new blueprint.
The velocity of exponential acceleration (9) in technological changes, brought about the development of new, composite, smart, micro-and nanotechnological materials (10) which will bear significant impact on these reciprocal relationships. In addition, economic and social changes (such as the establishment of capitalism and globalization) affect the politics of products and relationships between the producer and user and means of production.
In the early "90s, working with AIDS patients in New York I learned firsthand about the reciprocal relationship between listening and telling.
"The reciprocal relationship is also an indicator of growing global Arab interest in Arab cinema."
We hope that this FSA serves to be a sturdy reciprocal relationship between both comrades and that both parties shall strictly abide by the mutually laid down terms and conditions.
Guy Warrington, Consul General at the Dubai Embassy, also spoke of the close ties between the UAE and UK: "Many Emiratis say to me how at home they feel when they're in London, and I think that's very much a reciprocal relationship for the British community here.
LAHORE, January 15, 2010 (Frontier star): Provincial Minister for Finance and Planning & Development, Tanvir Ashraf Kaira has said that confidence building measures would be taken to augment the reciprocal relationship between tax collecting bodies and the tax payers so that the tax-base could be sufficiently increased and to pull of the gratuitous fears of the tax payers about the government machinery.
Instead, cells should be considered in their reciprocal relationship with their environment.
Treat them as honest partners in a reciprocal relationship. Treat them as individuals, not as machines, and appeal to their ability to make decisions.
He said that in order to strengthen the traditional, commercial, industrial and reciprocal relationship between Pakistan and Iran to maintain spirit of regional friendship, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between KCCI and Esfahan Chamber of Commerce on 31st October.