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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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But the US uses this supranational system in a relatively nonreciprocal way, as it allows it to impose its authority on other nations by assigning it a collective authority that goes beyond national sovereignty.
Yet even in their case, we observe a bias against disproportionate and nonreciprocal remedies.
Aliyu Modibo Umar, a former Nigerian commerce minister, says: "If 30 years of nonreciprocal free market access into the EU did not improve the economic situation of the ACP, how can a reciprocal trading arrangement achieve anything better?
The Reader as Peeping Tom: Nonreciprocal Gazing in Narrative Fiction and Film" by Jeremy Hawthorn (Emeritus Professor, Department of Language and Literature, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway) is a 272 page compendium that offers the unusual thesis that when we read a novel or watch a film, we become Peeping Toms.
The Reader as "Peeping Tom: Nonreciprocal Gazing in Narrative Fiction and Film", by Jeremy Hawthorn, examines the implications of this nonreciprocal relationship by focusing on works in which the relationships between characters are also nonreciprocal.
However, this does not construe a mathematical problem as most of the methods for eliciting ranking weights can be extended to the nonreciprocal case as well (Fulop, Markovits-Somogyi 2012).
Lan Yang and his research team has created an optical diode by coupling tiny doughnut shaped optical resonators on a silicon chip, which is capable of completely eliminating light transmission in one direction and greatly enhancing light transmission in the other nonreciprocal light transmission.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists have built the first-ever nonreciprocal circulator for sound that is able to break sound wave reciprocity.
She does not react to him as he reacts to himself--this moment further reveals the perverted mode of sympathy Louis believes he is due; it is limited and nonreciprocal.
What brought the two sides together this time is the nonreciprocal nature of goods trade under the 1986 CARIBCAN Agreement and the need to modernize the agreement before its 2011 expiry date.
How exactly does the Neoplatonic position that God is absolutely free--and yet does not choose to create, since choice implies potentiality and the possibility of doing less the best--infringe upon the nonreciprocal dependence of the world upon God?
The human rights model is based on the nonreciprocal nature of the civilian protections in AP I and the short-term nature of jus in bello proportionality analysis.