But this war jumps from city to city, depending the threat of the day.
depending on what Wildstein has, and on whom, he might set off a domino-effect of people flipping, and then who knows.
Most claimants receive somewhere between $5,000 and $500,000, depending on the length and level of abuse.
Mix thoroughly and taste; depending on the saltiness of the anchovy and capers, more salt may be desired.
Those three would get them almost there, and they're pretty much givens (possible exception is Montana, depending on who runs).
The many pestiferous species vary greatly in importance, depending on locality, weather and the variety.
There ain't no depending on my compass within two points and a half.
It is very simple indeed, depending on the skill and dexterity of the men.
Of course, they had both returned, depending upon what your definition of return was.
You know were fighting for the pennant, and were depending on this king pitcher of ours more than on any one else to win out.
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.