Mutual

Mutual may refer to:

  • Mutual organization, where as customers derive a right to profits and votes
  • Mutual information, the intersection of multiple information sets
  • Mutual insurance, where policyholders have certain "ownership" rights in the organization
  • Mutual fund, a professionally managed form of collective investments
  • Mutual Film, early American motion picture conglomerate, the producers of some of Charlie Chaplin's greatest comedies
  • Mutual Broadcasting System, a defunct U.S. radio network
  • Mutual Improvement Association, a youth program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • Mutual authentication, used in cryptography
Place names
  • Mutual, Maryland, a community in the United States
  • Mutual, Ohio, a village in the United States
  • Mutual railway station in Cape Town, South Africa

Other articles related to "mutual":

Mutual Coherence
... Mutual coherence can refer to Mutual coherence (physics), sinusoidal waves which exhibit a constant phase relationship Mutual coherence (linear algebra), a property of a matrix ...
Leland Miyano
... His books include A Pocket Guide to Hawai'i's Flowers (Mutual, 1997), Hawai'i's Beautiful Trees, (Mutual, 1997) and with Douglas Peebles, Hawaii A Floral Paradise (Mutual 1995) ...
Lamport's Distributed Mutual Exclusion Algorithm
... Lamport's Distributed Mutual Exclusion Algorithm is a contention-based algorithm for mutual exclusion on a distributed system ...
Mutual, Maryland
... Mutual is an unincorporated community in Calvert County, Maryland, United States ... La Veille was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 ...

Famous quotes containing the word mutual:

    I describe family values as responsibility towards others, increase of tolerance, compromise, support, flexibility. And essentially the things I call the silent song of life—the continuous process of mutual accommodation without which life is impossible.
    Salvador Minuchin (20th century)

    What men call friendship is no more than a partnership, a mutual care of interests, an exchange of favors—in a word, it is a sort of traffic, in which self-love ever proposes to be the gainer.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)

    Passionate love, I take it, rarely lasts long, and is very troublesome while it does last. Mutual esteem is very much more valuable.
    Anthony Trollope (1815–1882)