reciprocative


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Rather, the repetition makes a reciprocative rejoinder to the possibility of that existence which has-been-there.
Before that the widely spread 'small family' is not economically instituted, except for some cooking of food; the use of pasture, land or cattle is still dominated by redistributive or reciprocative methods on a wider than family scale.