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interdependent

 [in″ter-dĕ-pen´dent]
pertaining to actions or activities that require one individual to work with another. Interdependent nursing actions are those that are performed by the nurse after mutual determination by the nurse and the physician. They also include activities directed by the physician but requiring nursing judgment to perform.
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For instance, Romney is right: There are unhealthy aspects to the US-China interdependency that need working on, but they are not all China's fault.
Before I get too far into the details, let me step back for a moment and give you the framework as I see it for the whole interdependency discussion.
I do so by collecting immigrant mothers' and daughters' relationship stories, in their own words, using qualitative methods that highlight the heterogeneity of people's lives and acknowledge how participants, themselves, perceive, define, and construct interdependency in mother-daughter relationships (Kaufman, 1994; Taylor & Bogdan, 1984).
The forces of interdependency are too strong to be denied for any length of time, and sooner or later the anti-modernist impulse will collapse because of its inability to resolve social ills and prevent change.
Risk managers must treat foreign interdependency situations separately in terms of limits and conditions.