- depend on; rely on
- More than half of modern culture depend on what one shall not read.
- Large electronics companies developed television, but Baird pointed the way with his experiments.
- He is indebted to his memory for his jest and to his imagination for his fact.
- Jeffrey bader a former senior american diplomat now at the brookings institution a think-tank in washington dc says that china's resistance to american initiatives in sudan and iran depends on russian support for its position.
- The alimentary canal of most animals relies very little on lysosomal enzymes in digesting food.
- The diagnose was depended on the examine of pathogeny.
- He was not ill-fitted to be the head and representative of a community which owed its origin and progress and its present state of development not to the impulses of youth but to the stern and tempered energies of manhood and the sombre sagacity of age;
- The doctor finished the operation but his success depended on the backroom boys who had invented the new laser scalpel.
- The judgement of the official's power behavior and individual behavior refers to the dividing line between the national compensation and the civil compensation.
- Much will depend on the ingenuity of mediators.
- Zhou enlai acted on the conviction that china's security depended on america's strong commitment to the global balance of power.
- Saba douglas hamilton joins arctic expert jason roberts in the remote svalbard archipelago to find out.
- Educational development relies heavily on continuously improving the quality of teachers.
- Throughout life we rely on small groups of people for love admivation respect moral support and help.
- The scientific touchstones of the modern age& mdash mdash; the bomb ace travel electronics quantum physic mdash mdash; all bear his imprint.