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Because of the ban, flights from Israel to Asia are forced to fly north to Turkey and only then turn east, and vice versa — a detour that adds several hours to each flight.
But the results of the experiment were clear: the people with happier feeds acted happier, and vice versa.
Distances are elastic; things that seem close are often far, though rarely vice versa.
Colleague Josh Katzenstein and NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported the tight end would be interested in returning to the Saints and vice versa.
The agreements, first implemented last fall, require school districts to pay one of the Alamo Colleges to provide the dual-credit teachers, or vice versa.
USA TODAY COLUMBUS - The National Rifle Association has long supported Republicans around the country, and vice versa.
Her versatility makes her teammates more effective (and vice versa).
Meanwhile, top business and design schools have introduced interdisciplinary programs to help students think more like designers and vice versa.
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First Known Use: 1601See Words from the same year
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Definition of vice versa for English Language Learners
—used to say that the opposite of a statement is also true
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