dependant on

  1. being determined by conditions or circumstances that follow
    arms sales contingent on the approval of congress
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  • It was a free-standing independent body whose jurisdiction was dependant on the contractual consent of its members.
  • Many shows are struggling to make financial ends meet and are increasingly dependant on voluntary helpers and sponsorship.
  • However, since Centralization and the concommitant transfer of labialization from the vowel to the neighbouring consonant is naturally heavily dependant on vocalism, I would have to oppose i-umlaut at the Proto-Steppe stage unless you can find a different formulation of Centralization that works to explain the rise of labialized consonants in PIE. Updating my Pre-IE pdf (already!)
  • Problem goes like this: All the stuff below the factorization scale like p-PDFs and structure functions are dependant on the renormalization scale and the Bjorkjen as well. How low is low? « Imaginary Potential
  • Note that this is higly dependant on playstyle and personal preference.
  • One of the main problems with this drug is that it can make the user anxious and paranoid dependant on their mood and their surroundings.
  • It can take up to 30 days, dependant on temperature for a biological filter to become established.
  • I was dependant on steroid creams for my arms and hairline for patches of seborrhea, but I no longer have flare-ups. The Truth About Beauty
  • This is, I freely admit, a pataphysical headfuck dependant on one's ability to percieve Summer, like Thomas, as a state of being. On Existence And Eternity
  • How much you pay towards your fees is dependant on your parents earnings and any assets your family may hold.
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