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symbiotic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsymbioticsym‧bi‧ot‧ic /ˌsɪmbaɪˈɒtɪk $ -ˈɑː-/ adjective formal  a symbiotic relationship is one in which the people, organizations, or living things involved depend on each other
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symbioticSports marketing relationships are supposed to be symbiotic.Their very differences are at the heart of the symbiotic bond that propels the story.Like symbiotic grubs they lay twisted together in a ball, until Mangar-Kunjer-Kunja appeared in the guise of a lizard.Within the Environmental Movement there is a useful, indeed a symbiotic, relationship between the absolutists and the pragmatists.The effect of fungi harvesting on the forest environment arises from the symbiotic relationship between the fungi and the trees.These interconnections argued for a close symbiotic relationship between the two media.Like a bird on the back of a hippo, Hotchkis is happily going along for the symbiotic ride.
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