Many of the homegrown plots disrupted in the past have relied on this kind of advance notice.
Are there any fashion designers that you relied on when designing Season 4?
Zhang Jingchuan, a former policeman, had relied on his training.
O'Reilly can be relied on every late November/early December to return to his fantasty of liberalism's "war on Christmas."
Unable to afford electricity, butane, or propane, the students, like their neighbors, relied on wood for their cooking.
He could be relied upon to balk every effort my mother might make to find me.
It is not an absolute test, but it may safely be relied upon.
On the other hand, Tom, with his heavy shaft and barbed point, relied on a single weapon.
It relied on memory for the most part and was assimilated in ritual.
The place was an extremely strong one, and the king had relied confidently upon its holding out for two or three months.
early 14c., "to gather, assemble" (transitive and intransitive), from Old French relier "assemble, put together; fasten, attach, rally, oblige," from Latin religare "fasten, bind fast," from re-, intensive prefix (see re-), + ligare "to bind" (see ligament). Sense of "depend, trust" is from 1570s, perhaps via notion of "rally to, fall back on." Typically used with on, perhaps by influence of lie (v.2). Related: Relied; relying.