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Definitions

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  • noun Excessive reliance on

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Examples

  • The financial performance of the company's main IT services division has also been patchy in recent years due to its overdependence on the telecommunications sector.

    Tech Mahindra Nears Deal With India Telco

  • Be that as it may, the article Rolly cites clearly states that the biggest problem with the Mexican economy is that there is overdependence on a single export market.

    M�xico's economic woes

  • After a decade of waging wars in remote corners of the globe where fuel is not readily available, senior commanders have come to see overdependence on fossil fuel as a big liability, and renewable technologies -- which have become more reliable and less expensive over the past few years -- as providing a potential answer.

    Andrew Winston: The Military Understands Why Getting Off Oil Pays, Why Don't We?

  • Be that as it may, the article Rolly cites clearly states that the biggest problem with the Mexican economy is that there is overdependence on a single export market.

    M�xico's economic woes

  • After a decade of waging wars in remote corners of the globe where fuel is not readily available, senior commanders have come to see overdependence on fossil fuel as a big liability, and renewable technologies -- which have become more reliable and less expensive over the past few years -- as providing a potential answer.

    Andrew Winston: The Military Understands Why Getting Off Oil Pays, Why Don't We?

  • After a decade of waging wars in remote corners of the globe where fuel is not readily available, senior commanders have come to see overdependence on fossil fuel as a big liability, and renewable technologies -- which have become more reliable and less expensive over the past few years -- as providing a potential answer.

    Andrew Winston: The Military Understands Why Getting Off Oil Pays, Why Don't We?

  • After a decade of waging wars in remote corners of the globe where fuel is not readily available, senior commanders have come to see overdependence on fossil fuel as a big liability, and renewable technologies -- which have become more reliable and less expensive over the past few years -- as providing a potential answer.

    Andrew Winston: The Military Understands Why Getting Off Oil Pays, Why Don't We?

  • After a decade of waging wars in remote corners of the globe where fuel is not readily available, senior commanders have come to see overdependence on fossil fuel as a big liability, and renewable technologies -- which have become more reliable and less expensive over the past few years -- as providing a potential answer.

    Andrew Winston: The Military Understands Why Getting Off Oil Pays, Why Don't We?

  • After a decade of waging wars in remote corners of the globe where fuel is not readily available, senior commanders have come to see overdependence on fossil fuel as a big liability, and renewable technologies -- which have become more reliable and less expensive over the past few years -- as providing a potential answer.

    Andrew Winston: The Military Understands Why Getting Off Oil Pays, Why Don't We?

  • After a decade of waging wars in remote corners of the globe where fuel is not readily available, senior commanders have come to see overdependence on fossil fuel as a big liability, and renewable technologies -- which have become more reliable and less expensive over the past few years -- as providing a potential answer.

    Andrew Winston: The Military Understands Why Getting Off Oil Pays, Why Don't We?

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