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(1) They gave assurances they would press for reciprocity with Greece in the issuing of visas.
(2) Reciprocity includes more than gifts and favors; it also applies to concessions that people make to one another.
(3) A key principle here has to be reciprocity.
(4) And they expect some kind of reciprocity.
(5) Reciprocity is viewed as the appropriate basis for punishment.
(6) CE/E Review international reciprocity agreements against revised policy.
(7) The reciprocity is asymmetrical and in consequence it has a proclivity for extending outwards into a network.
(8) The law of reciprocity implies certain positive obligations in virtue of its very form.
(9) Is it the sad reciprocity of love that you always want what you think you are giving?
(10) It has been based on a reciprocity between governors and governed.
(11) Punishment on the basis of reciprocity is always related in some way to the content of the rule broken.
(12) Either reversibility by inversion or reciprocity is sufficient to ensure understanding.
(13) Reciprocity, the favorite word of Netanyahu, requires consultation and compromise on both sides, not unilateral moves by either.
(14) Punishment by reciprocity assumes there is no need for painful punishment to gain adherence to rules.
(15) For these children, punishment based on reciprocity is more just than punishment based on expiation.
(16) There is a second form of reciprocity where the reciprocal action does not take the same form as the insult.
(17) When punishment of children is necessary, it can be based on reciprocity rather than expiation.
(18) I find it hard to believe that the answer lies in reciprocity or disguised selfishness in any simple sense.
(19) But there is another way to ensure that altruism pays: reciprocity.
(20) An important part of the notion of interdependence is reciprocity: the desire not to exploit one's partner too much.
(21) These are the key questions to be asked about reciprocity within families[sentencedict.com], both historical and contemporary.
(22) The Convention allowed for application to non-parties on the basis of reciprocity.
(23) Where the offence occurs within a legitimate framework, a principle of simple reciprocity frequently applies.
(24) Younger children favor expiatory punishment; older children favor punishment by reciprocity.
(25) Piaget contends that the basis for social interchange is a reciprocity of attitudes and values between the young child and others.
(26) In addition, concrete operational children increasingly come to regard punishment by reciprocity as more appropriate than expiatory punishment.
(27) Acts betraying one's honour can be redeemed by extended families through the often bloody reciprocity of feuds.
(28) Universalism tends to guarantee all districts a project and reciprocity allows the recognition that different districts will have different project priorities.
(29) The United Kingdom does not require prior permission, if reciprocity is accorded.
(30) Abram exhibits great sensitivity and insight into the essential reciprocity between our human senses and the sensuous earth.
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