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In prosthodontics, the means by which one part of an appliance is made to counter the effect created by another part.

Origin: L. Reciprocare, pp. Reciprocatus, to move back and forth

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The Fiber Disease

... Roth, 1995; Gale et al., 1995; Nowak et al., 2000; Page et al., 2000; Sanfey et al., 2003), the public goods game (see above), and for indirect reciprocation (Sugden, 1986; Boyd and Richerson, 1992; Pollock and Dugatkin, 1992; Lotem et al., 1999) have been studied empirically (e.g., Wedekind ...

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