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nonreciprocal

(ˌnɒnrɪˈsɪprəkəl)
adj
not reciprocal
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Adj.1.nonreciprocal - not reciprocal
reciprocal, mutual - concerning each of two or more persons or things; especially given or done in return; "reciprocal aid"; "reciprocal trade"; "mutual respect"; "reciprocal privileges at other clubs"
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Isolators, circulators and new concepts for the design of nonreciprocal devices are considered in Chapter 12.
Vectors on the negative diagonal represent coupled nonreciprocal modes of control (coactivation and coinhibition), in which the sympathetic and parasympathetic branches increase or decrease together.
The Act grants the products of qualified African countries nonreciprocal, duty-free access to the U.
Power is a relationship between at least two persons, and it is nonreciprocal in the sense that both cannot have power in the same area or behavior.
Kaplow and Shavell argue that, to be consistent, we must therefore reject the fairness rule across the board, even in nonreciprocal situations.
Such arguments, as put forward in the 1970s by developing countries in debates on a New International Economic Order, assume that southern states are entitled to special, nonreciprocal treatment.
Contributions and promises to give refer to unconditional, voluntary, and nonreciprocal transfers of assets or settlement of liabilities.
This study investigates the nonreciprocal use of terms of endearment between strangers in a public place.
Agape is for Taylor "a nonreciprocal nonrelation that eludes every economy and thus is senseless.
Fitzgerald and her colleagues delineate three elements of sexual harassment: (a) unwanted sexual attention including "repeated, nonreciprocal requests for dates; intrusive letters and phone calls; touching, grabbing, and cornering; and gross sexual imposition or assault" (Gelfand, Fitzgerald & Drasgow, 1995, p.
The experience is unique in its contingency on the news being strictly national and nonreciprocal, as well as its allowance for a direct enjoyment of both medium and message.
Exhibit 2 CLASSES OF TRANSACTIONS AND INTERFUND ACTIVITY Value given/received External Equal Exchange transactions Approximately equal Exchange-like transactions Not equal Nonexchange transactions: * derived tax revenues * imposed nonexchange revenues * Government-mandated nonexchange transactions * voluntary nonexchange transactions Value given/received Internal Equal Reciprocal interfund activity * interfund loans Approximately equal * interfund services/provided used Not equal Nonreciprocal interfund activity * interfund transfers * interfund reimbursements Source: GAAFR2001, p.