Interaction [noun]

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Part of the fun of going out to eat is the interaction, even at a distance, with staff.

In addition, the league is seeking to limit social interactions for teams on the road.

Board meetings are quickly increasing in their significance to foster consistent and vital interactions as an organization.

Pandemics are as much a product of human behavior as they are of biology, because a virus spreads via social interaction.

You find them, run and hide, though there is more interaction between monster and player in comparison to the first game.

Every person you quote who was anywhere near him, and the various accounts of his interactions with governors and other officials, shows a man whose moral indifference strikes me as psychotic.

Brown shouted, according to multiple people familiar with the interaction.

Bryson has other methods for parents who feel anxiety when overhearing classroom interactions.

With the rare exception of a socially distanced walk, my human interactions are remote.

There’s organic A&R that is about that human interaction, going to see someone play live, and seeing if they are really connected to their fans and how they sound live.