dependent upon

  1. being determined by conditions or circumstances that follow
    arms sales contingent on the approval of congress
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How To Use dependent upon In A Sentence

  • Just as with any other channel you leverage for branding, PPC is also ultimately dependent upon the maturity of your message. Designing Effective PPC Campaign Strategies and Tactics
  • We are totally dependent upon him. Times, Sunday Times
  • Such an ambitious target was dependent upon adequate financial flows, access to the North's markets and secure oil supplies.
  • The skilled reader is not dependent on the adventitious aids of easiness or brightness; he is no longer, for instance, dependent upon plot for his enjoyment of fiction, or upon what is called 'actuality' or 'incident', or mere verisimilitude of description. 2010 January 08 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS
  • Thereafter the description of events is dependent upon her account only.
  • These small, shrimplike animals are dependent upon the sea ice, and the decrease in this ice has greatly impacted their life cycle. The Great Penguin Rescue
  • Reach of stride of the foreleg is dependent upon correct angulation, musculation and ligamentation of the forequarters, together with correct width of chest and construction of rib cage.
  • Interestingly, many abusers of ketamine report that the drug's effects are dependent upon the setting within which it is abused.
  • Of course, the excitement is dependent upon the wind and lately it has been shifting between the customary north-easterlies and southerlies.
  • Financially, the Liberals are almost entirely dependent upon monies received in subsidies from the last Federal Election. Conservatives Out-Fundraising Liberals « Unambiguously Ambidextrous
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