- v. present participle of rely.
“It is disreputable, and in relying upon him you do yourself damage.”
“In its latest proposed set of tougher United Nations sanctions on Iran, the U.S. is again relying on asset freezes as one tool to pressure the country not to build nuclear weapons.”
“The rest are completely justified in relying only on outcomes.”
“You also err, grievously, in relying solely on the courts to redress defamation in the online world.”
“Again relying on the words of other humans in order to justify a conclusion that can not be scientifically nor philosophically proven.”
“Yes, that's what I hated - it all traps humanity in relying on the Doctor to get out of messes, and that seems a very odd position for an athiest to take.”
“Professor MATTHEW WAXMAN (National Security/International Law, Columbia University): One important open question is for how long does the executive branch feel confident it can rely on that authority, and for how long will courts continue to uphold the executive branch's authority in relying on that?”
“Change the individual example for an organisation and you can see the risks inherent in relying on these services.”
“But some who raise the fraud arguments do not appear to have an interest in relying on more than anecdote.”
“Written in blunt plain English, relying on simple reason and basic principle,”
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