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dependant


  • n  a person who relies on another person for support (especially financial support)
  • s  contingent on something else
  • s  addicted to a drug
News & Articles

  • BOC Group Announces ADOit:CE the Free Enterprise Architecture Tool is Now Available
    The BOC Group, leader in IT management solutions, today announced the release of the ADOit Community Edition, a free version of their flagship Enterprise Architecture tool ADOit. Businesses are now dependant on their ability to adapt to a rapidly changing world where IT can make the difference between being a leader and falling behind.
    June 17, 2013 - Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance
Quotes

  • Lewis Hamilton in The Press Association
    You can see how tight this championship is, and I don't know if it's dependant on the new points-scoring system, but this year is so close,added Hamilton. "All the best drivers are in the top teams, and they're all very, very competitive....
  • Arianna Huffington in AFP
    The future of quality journalism is not dependant on the future of newspapers,Huffington said.
  • Hideo Kojima in BusinessWeek
    European fiscal issues have reduced risk tolerance, which drags down Japanese stocks because companies here are greatly dependant on external demand,said Hideo Arimura, who helps oversee $2.2 billion at Mizuho Asset Management Co.

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