- n. Plural form of interaction.
“The idea of introducing communicators in interactions is an old one in physics.”
“Behind all our interactions is a shared belief in the "nourishment loop": your wants, needs and desires are as important as mine, my wants, needs and desires are as important as yours.”
“I think a large part of the creative process is seeing the logical extension of certain interactions; the better writers are merely those who have a good grasp on their characters.”
“Oversight of a student's online interactions is one tool with which Gay hopes to equip parents.”
“He suggests that this vision of the noncoercive nature of market interactions is what should be used to defend free markets, rather than their ability to improve the standard of living.”
“However, Pica et al. (1991) failed to find much evidence to support sex differences in interactions involving adult male and female Japanese learners of L2 English.”
“His inability to mold and feel comfortable in these types of interactions is shown by his inability to answer a simple but predictable type of question on an informal site, about what his favourite biscuit is.”
“Evolution of biomolecular networks — lessons from metabolic and protein interactions by Takuji Yamada and Peer Bork”
“His whole example of (paraphrased) "it's easier to gum up something that functions properly than to develop new protein-protein interactions".”
“Most protein-protein interactions in the cell are not due to random mutation.”
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