It will act upon the basic fact that WHEREVER THERE IS INTERDEPENDENCE
, THERE IS BOUND TO BE TELEPHONY; and it will therefore prepare maps of interdependence
, showing the widely scattered groups of industry and finance, and the lines that weave them into a pattern of national cooperation.
Even in the case of acknowledged correlatives, and where names exist for each, there will be no interdependence
if one of the two is denoted, not by that name which expresses the correlative notion, but by one of irrelevant significance.
The flimsy fabric of credit that had grown with no man foreseeing, and that had held those hundreds of millions in an economic interdependence
that no man clearly understood, dissolved in panic.
Old provincial society had its share of this subtle movement: had not only its striking downfalls, its brilliant young professional dandies who ended by living up an entry with a drab and six children for their establishment, but also those less marked vicissitudes which are constantly shifting the boundaries of social intercourse, and begetting new consciousness of interdependence
Retha Warnicke and William Tighe demonstrate the importance of kin networks at all levels of Tudor society and the interdependence
of local and national politics.
The potential for increasing interdependence
will be directly influenced by the development of electronic journals and the evolution of both the services and the nature of the collections which will have a considerable impact on the information industry.
The Service will regroup activities it finds inappropriate and will give the greatest weight to factors such as similarities and differences in types of business, extent of common control and common ownership, geographic location and any interdependence
between the activities.
Entitled "Developing New Service Options for Working and Living Independently," one of its primary stated goals was to explore and demonstrate the interdependence
of state vocational rehabilitation agencies and independent having centers and programs.
Our objective, based on organization theory, is to examine whether interdependence
among physicians leads to coordination problems that in turn may explain variations observed in the use of clinical resources.
To help increase the number of care packages and letters of support that Operation Interdependence
sends to our servicemen and women, IBC Bank enlisted the help of Texas-based H-E-B grocery stores in 2008 and the partnership has significantly contributed to the initiative's continuous success.
The reason for this is that mutualistic interactions can often be exploited by parasites, and high degrees of species interdependence
can increase extinction risk.
The tactics that are individually applied in combat by both communities must give way to an institutionalized strategy to leverage the other's inherent strengths and promote SOFCF interdependence
beyond the requirements of our current fight.