01. The political leaders had a [mutual] respect for one another, despite the animosity expressed during the debates leading up to the election.
02. Attempts to reach a [mutually] agreeable solution to the conflict have ended in disaster.
03. He and his wife met through a [mutual] friend at university.
04. My wife and I share a [mutual] interest in foreign films.
05. I have a proposal to make to you which I believe may be [mutually] beneficial.
06. Pope John once remarked that the true and solid peace of nations consists not in equality of arms, but in [mutual] trust alone.
07. Martin Luther King once observed that all men are caught in an inescapable network of [mutuality].
08. There is a proverb on the Ivory Coast which states that [mutual] affection is when each gives his share.
09. The two boxers have a [mutual] hate for each other which should make the fight very intense.
10. Isaac Newton discovered the principle which holds that objects attract each other with a [mutual] force, which we call gravity.
11. There are numerous dialects spoken in Madagascar, but they are all [mutually] understandable.
12. [Mutual] dependencies develop through the process of social interaction.
13. Both the Republic of Georgia and Russia would like to see their [mutual] border secure.
14. In Burma, marriage requires only the [mutual] consent of the two people involved, and no ceremony is needed.
15. There is a proverb on the Ivory Coast which states that [mutual] gifts cement friendship.
16. In December of 1993, Israel and the Vatican signed an agreement on [mutual] recognition in an effort to end 2,000 years of difficult relations.
17. Mary Wollstonecraft once observed, "The two sexes [mutually] corrupt and improve each other."
18. Psychologists have learned that when you consistently interact with someone, [mutual] feelings of connectedness tend to develop.

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