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Our unprecedented dependence on mail-in voting is precisely why it is important to take a serious look at the security of the process.
Interestingly, Erdogan has an ambition for Turkey to not only eradicate its dependence on energy imports but to become a net exporter of energy, too.
Marketers are once again grumbling about their dependence on Facebook and Google.
Women’s lifestyle magazines haven’t faced as many closures during coronavirus as other niche titles, but there’s still a heavy dependence on print revenues that’s unlikely to return, said independent media consultant Colin Morrison.
The aforementioned dependence on digital devices as a way to interact with other people seems reprehensible now that we don’t even have the in-person option.
Allcraft winced, as every syllable made known the speaker's actual strength—his own dependence and utter weakness.
Nor need they live under the same roof, the essential thing is the relation and dependence existing between them.
The question of dependence is one of fact; contributions by the deceased tend to establish this, but are not conclusive.
Confusedly, the young man in the library had made her feel for the first time what might be the sweetness of dependence.
SUMMEREDITH WHARTON
To this day in Servia the popular forms of swearing express dependence and reliance upon the powers of nature.

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vibrissanoun | [vahy-bris-uh ]SEE DEFINITION
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