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re·cip·ro·ca·tion

(rē-sip'rō-kā'shŭn),
In prosthodontics, the means by which one part of an appliance is made to counter the effect created by another part.
[L. reciprocare, pp. reciprocatus, to move back and forth]

reciprocation

/re·cip·ro·ca·tion/ (re-sip″ro-ka´shun)
1. the act of giving and receiving in exchange; the complementary interaction of two distinct entities.
2. an alternating back-and-forth movement.

reciprocation

[risip′roka′shən]
the means by which one part of a removable partial denture framework is made to counter the effect created by another part of the framework.

re·cip·ro·ca·tion

(rĕ-sip'rŏ-kā'shŭn)
In prosthodontics, means by which one part of an appliance is made to counter the effect created by another part.
[L. reciprocare, pp. reciprocatus, to move back and forth]
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The appeal process in the jurisdiction issuing the penalty must be exhausted before an application not to reciprocate could be considered.
He said it will be difficult for the NPA to reciprocate a ceasefire when there are military officials who do not wish to follow Duterte's order.
Duterte has given an ultimatum to the CPP-NPA to reciprocate the government's unilateral ceasefire until 5 p.
I strongly reiterate the call of President Duterte to the CPP/NPA/NDF to reciprocate government's ceasefire declaration in order to immediately stop violence on the ground, protect our communities from conflict, and provide an enabling environment for the resumption of formal peace negotiations,' Bello said in a statement on Friday.
The company's reciprocating linear motion platform is driven by a rolling ring drive that reciprocates automatically without requiring motor reversal.
The cart reciprocates automatically between the load/unload station and the blast chamber.