Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To depend upon each other.

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  • v. be connected

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  • As financial markets become ever more interdepend - ent, there is a greater need for the development of internationally recognized and accepted standards dealing with capital market regulation.

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  • Three Stages and the idea of a hierarchy of the sci - ences; the worship of natural science and of technol - ogy; the commitment to a physiological view of the mind; the subjection of the historical process to laws of human nature; the interweaving and interdepend - ence of scientific and historical method; the increas - ingly emphatic view of themselves in messianic terms, and the development of a full-blown religion to replace orthodox Christianity, complete with disciples — all these and other teachings were common to the two men.

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