Definition of Interdependency. Meaning of Interdependency. Synonyms of Interdependency

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Definition of Interdependency

Interdependency
Interdependency In`ter*de*pend"en*cy, n. Mutual dependence; as, interdependency of interests. --De Quincey.

Meaning of Interdependency from wikipedia

- systems. A system is a cohesive conglomeration of interrelated and interdependent parts which can be natural or human-made. Every system is bounded by...
- of a Flow shoal breakdown. S****ing to unite the po****tion of the Interdependency behind an agenda to get ahead of the coming collapse of Flow-supported...
- interwar period, the consciousness that national markets in Europe were interdependent though confrontational, along with the observation of a larger and growing...
- Western Germany in the years 1945–1948. Because of international trade interdependencies this led to European economic stagnation and dela**** European recovery...
- remove an image from the World Wide Web. Web standards include many interdependent standards and specifications, some of which govern aspects of the Internet...
- Notwithstanding their self-rule, local authorities are nevertheless in practice interdependent upon the State, as the parameters of their responsibilities and the...
- Biodiversidad Mexicana. Gobierno de México. Retrieved 28 June 2019. "Interdependency between animal and plant species". BBC Bitesize. BBC. p. 3. Retrieved...
- the former arise from growing international interdependencies which makes the issues themselves interdependent. It is speculated that our global interconnectedness...
- Somerville ****erts the superiority of human beings, but maintains the interdependencies and interconnectedness of creation. Physical Geography sold more copies...
- effects on one another. For example, infrastructure networks exhibit interdependency to a large degree. The power stations which form the nodes of the power...
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