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How to use reciprocation in a sentence
He said, “We’ll remove our missiles from Turkey, if you remove those from Cuba,” So it was the process of reciprocation, not being a hard-ass, that did it.
And, I appreciate the reciprocation of warm nuts and having a decent five hours sleep when I take a red-eye.
Sufficiently convinced that he might know what he was doing, I set my boundaries: hands only, external only, no reciprocation.
It suited both parties to maintain harmony—it behoved every Afrikaner to be one-minded in friendly reciprocation.Origin of the Anglo-Boer War Revealed (2nd ed.) | C. H. Thomas
It is difficult perhaps for an inferior mind to estimate what a superior mind enjoys in the reciprocation of affection.The Ladies' Vase | An American Lady
Even the Seeds of these two plants are so alike that one sometimes sows Antipathy when he thinks he is sowing reciprocation.Cupid's Almanac and Guide to Hearticulture for This Year and Next | John Cecil Clay
But it had turned bitter cold, and the idea of friendly reciprocation occurred to nobody next door.The Song of Songs | Hermann Sudermann
On these principles can be founded a theory of reciprocation with respect to a linear complex.