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The reciprocated cost of S1 is equal to S1's direct cost + cost allocated to S1 from other service departments.
The reciprocated cost of S1 is the direct cost of S1 ($100) and the cost allocated to S1 from S2 ($33).
The remaining cells in the template are computed by multiplying the reciprocated costs (cells C40 and D41) by the percentages in rows 8 and 9 of Figure 2.
But the reciprocated costs of S1 and S2 can be converted into internal prices by dividing by the allocation bases used for S1 and S2.
That is also the sentiments that was reciprocated by Nawaz Sharif," he said.
The severity of the punishment, which follows the 50-day ban imposed on Richard Hughes last year by the Indian authorities for an offence not on the statute book in Britain but reciprocated by the BHA, is sure to heighten concern among regular visitors to India like Dwyer that the risk associated with riding there may outweigh financial rewards.
Should Dwyer be unable to overturn the ban in India, he would have an opportunity to argue it is not reciprocated by the BHA, although Hughes failed when going down that route.
BHA director of raceday operations and regulation Jamie Stier has been in contact with Martin Dwyer and advised him of the processes that would need to take place should his RWITC appeal be unsuccessful and he subsequently wish to make an application that any suspension not be reciprocated by BHA.
In a statement, Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella said Duterte was 'disappointed and exasperated' that the CPP has not reciprocated with its own declaration of a ceasefire.
Bello said that it was best that the unilateral ceasefire was reciprocated unconditionally 'to build trust and confidence on the peace process'