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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcorrelativecor‧rel‧a‧tive /kəˈrelətɪv/ adjective formal  CONNECTED WITHtwo or more facts, ideas etc that are correlative are closely related or dependent on each other syn related rights and their correlative responsibilitiescorrelative noun [countable]
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correlativeMight art be Socratism's necessary correlative?Its correlative, a sliding scale of hours to meet unemployment, is now becoming timely.The most important point of departure, however, is that rights, whether moral or legal, can involve correlative duties.Those are examples of attempts to establish parameters through correlative function.In the corridor, the objective correlative of pre-bedroom intimacy, the moment arrives.One view sees the development of fairness as a correlative of the expansion of procedural rights post Ridge v. Baldwin.It said nothing whatsoever of any correlative power of the episcopate.
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