So I simply focused on another British movie star who has depended on his juvenile appeal and not his puerile one.
Where the U.S. once depended on its own forces to determine who was military material, this time the Iraqis will decide.
Almost half of suburban housing, notes historian Alan Wolfe, depended on some form of federal financing.
ACMS has never before been depended on for clues to a crash.
He reminded listeners that he had depended on student loans.
A third attempt was to be made, and the tanks were depended upon to open the way.
Now all depended upon one boat, which must of necessity be heavily laden.
Chisum could be depended upon to pay some of the debts to the warriors through stolen cattle, if not through signed checks.
All depended on what point of view was taken, and she changed hers every hour.
The men in the steamer were nearly all engineers, mostly British, well conducted, and to be depended upon.
early 15c., "to be attached to as a condition or cause," a figurative use, from Middle French dependre, literally "to hang from, hang down," from Latin dependere "to hang from, hang down; be dependent on, be derived," from de- "from, down" (see de-) + pendere "to hang, be suspended" (see pendant). Related: Depended; depending.