1. an oral antibiotic (trade name Cipro) used against serious bacterial infections of the skin or respiratory tract or urinary tract or bones or joints
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  • Hospitals were told to charge patients who were found not to be resident in Britain or from countries with reciprocal arrangements. Times, Sunday Times
  • With reciprocal verbs, there are two or more subjects which are acting on each other.
  • They are now convinced that the pure jet transport can not only be favourably compared with the latest conventional reciprocating and propjet types, but actually make them look almost obsolete. The Aircraft Industry in Canada and the Future Development of Jet Engines
  • It also developed a new ideology of team and reciprocal protection of air combat formations, and cruise missile salvos by naval ships.
  • We believe that reciprocity is not an appropriate basis for trade between countries and regions at such different levels of development.
  • But when restraints to which he had long been accustomed and to which he yielded passive obedience were removed, and he was left in a condition of license, all the abeyant passions of his undisciplined nature were brought into prominence and antagonism with an environment where reciprocal obligations have not always found their highest expression. The American Negro: What He Was, What He Is, and What He May Become: A Critical and Practical Discussion
  • Reciprocation of self - inflation of governmental organization and officer's standard value orientation.
  • Each of the elements he names demands a communicative, rhetorically performed reciprocity that today's electronic media make almost unthinkable.
  • A reciprocating saw, as the name implies, utilizes interchangeable blades that move out and back in a reciprocating motion, in much the same action as using a handsaw.
  • Reciprocity, the favorite word of Netanyahu, requires consultation and compromise on both sides, not unilateral moves by either.
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