In essence, it allows politicians to choose their voters, instead of vice versa.
When I looked at Tye, I was pretending that he was my son, and I looked for his organic reaction to me, and vice versa.
Phillips added, “For Vince to want to do that, it might not be the same time Will wants to do that, and vice versa.”
On the principle of the enemy of my enemy is my friend, people who hate Muslims should love Jews, and vice versa.
McCain has frequently referred to Powell as one of the greatest national servants he has known — and vice versa.
With the exception of the "abstract" prefix Bu (No. 14), no singular prefix can be used as a plural nor vice versa.
Civilization has evils unknown to the savage state; and vice versa.
Disturbances in production affect distribution and consumption; and vice versa.
Some “modern” preparations are astonishingly ancient, and vice versa.
As many entres make good breakfast, luncheon and supper dishes and vice versa, it seemed best to group these all together.