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- n. A relationship between multiple things
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being interrelated; the condition of reciprocal relation or correspondence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. mutual or reciprocal relation or relatedness
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This side observation and interrelationship is something I'm encountering a related trend in my data (which im making some bets on:)
It derives four hierarchical categories of student conception with the highest (category A) being students who see an almost unquestionable link between ‘theory’ and practice – to such an extent that the interrelationship is difficult to articulate.
One of the most overlooked man and nature interrelationship occurs when a despotic species of government collapses.
Although the pact is focused on arms reductions and verification, its preamble briefly mentions an "interrelationship" between nuclear weapons and missile defense.
But Republicans are concerned about a sentence in the preamble that notes the "interrelationship" between U.S. missile defense and the Russian nuclear arsenal.
The two sides settled on a bland-sounding phrase in the treaty's preamble that recognizes the "interrelationship" between nuclear weapons and missile defense.
In the SORT negotiations, they demanded that the treaty recognize an " interrelationship " between offensive arms reductions and missile defense.
New Start ' s preamble is worrying in this regard, as it recognizes the " interrelationship " of the two.
That's why they insisted we formally acknowledge an "interrelationship" between offense and defense.
The New START treaty affirms the "interrelationship" between offense and defense.