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INTERRELATION, civil law. The act by which, in consequence of an agreement, the party bound declares that he will not be bound beyond a certain time. Wolff, Inst. Nat. Sec. 752.
     2. In the case of a lease from year to year, or to continue as long as both parties please, a notice given by one of them to the other of a determination to put an end to the contract, would bear the name of interrelation.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The goal of asking such questions is to better understand how the various parts of the organization interrelate with one another and with their environment.
These separate efforts vary in the heedfulness with which they interrelate, and these variations form a pattern.
When people make efforts to interrelate, these efforts can range from heedful to heedless.
And third, comprehension can be increased if more levels of experience are connected, as when newcomers who take nothing for granted interrelate more often with old-timers who think they have seen it all.
The questions are, how do old-timers interrelate with newcomers, what strategy emerges, how soon does it emerge, and how stable is it?
When these three people try to work out and maintain a system that hits each target on the first try, they are attempting to interrelate. They contribute, represent, and subordinate with varying amounts of heed.
Law enforcement officials must understand how institutional integrity interrelates with the concept of self-policing.
In addition, each subproject must have goals and objectives that focus on the common unifying theme that interrelates the subprojects.
Daily life here is not simply the material culture of the period, but rather a rich landscape of complexity and difference that interrelates in suggestive ways the material and the spiritual, the individual and the group, the high and the low.
While a literature review of relevant research indicates that the influence of language style and gender on leadership potential interrelates with the type of leader sought, further empirical research is needed on the degree to which these factors are interrelated.
Working memory, which temporarily holds and interrelates several pieces of information to allow for understanding of spoken language and other mental operations, causes double trouble in schizophrenia, reports a scientific team at the National Institute of Mental Health in Bethesda, Md., led by psychologist Carmi Schooler.