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cor·rel·a·tive

 (kə-rĕl′ə-tĭv)
adj.
1. Related; corresponding.
2. Grammar Indicating a reciprocal or complementary relationship: a correlative conjunction.
n.
1. Either of two correlative entities; a correlate.
2. Grammar A correlative word or expression.

cor·rel′a·tive·ly adv.
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Looking at these aims with which two persons, a man and a woman, so variously and correlatively gifted, are shut up in one house to spend in the nuptial society forty or fifty years, I do not wonder at the emphasis with which the heart prophesies this crisis from early infancy, at the profuse beauty with which the instincts deck the nuptial bower, and nature and intellect and art emulate each other in the gifts and the melody they bring to the epithalamium.
Within an appraisal report the empirical antecedents to the formal discounting process should include studies of employment trends, inasmuch as housing demand increases or declines correlatively with labor force and unemployment changes; market income levels, because these determine the levels at which speculative single-family residences must be priced and, subsequently, the levels at which lots should be priced based on lot value participation ratios;(5) lot and single-family residence absorption rates in competing plats; and competing supply consisting of existing inventory, proposed inventory, and inventory under construction.
For Foucault, the intellectual history of criminology, and the history of its institutional applications, were to be viewed together, as a matrix of power/knowledge relations which developed correlatively.
For example, merely sending a brochure to all inquirers will have both low costs and a low conversion rate; but a hard-sell approach, while being certain to increase costs, is not certain to increase conversions correlatively, particularly if inquirers treated to the hard sell are not prequalified.
Correlatively, Gallarati refuses to make much of the inspiration Mozart may have derived from French example.
Hobby tackles many rhetorically and politically difficult issues in her book, and I am persuaded by many of the specific arguments she advances (on the feminist dimensions of women's prophecies, for instance) in support of her underlying thesis about the Restoration's repressive effects on women and, correlatively but not identically, on ideologies of gender.
Correlatively, the kiss of peace was introduced to build community, and the Eucharist is misunderstood if the kiss of peace is thought of as disturbing personal devotion.
It is difficult to produce a sentence in English in which there is no singular or plural mark, and correlatively, we think of the unmarked number, singular, as being primary.
Socrates' second-order knowledge of his lack of (moral) knowledge accounts for the oracle's declaration that no one is wiser than Socrates; correlatively, the "double ignorance" of Euthyphro (and those like him), his ignorance - his lack of awareness - of his ignorance, manifested in his conceit of wisdom, accounts for the oracle's declaration of Socrates' preeminent wisdom.
But this compulsion to compete was only the result of the fact that they were separated from possession of the land, thus deprived of direct (non-market) access to their means of subsistence, correlatively consigned to leasehold status, and, as a result, subjected to the system of competitive rents".
The theme of the abandonment of children by their fathers (and, correlatively, of mothers by their husbands or lovers) recurs throughout Chamoiseau's work.
Correlatively, Pack argues in chapter 8 that Smith recognized and was pessimistic about the problems and moral defects of capitalism.