Examples of dependency in a Sentence
the country's dependency on foreign oil
a dependency on foreign oil
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No defense that has ever allowed less than 20 points a game has given up more yards than the 2016 Chiefs did, which speaks to K.C.’s dependency on big plays.
But what has become clearer now than ever is the system of dependency that has been developed under the COFA.
Still, one major question hovers over the state's efforts to reduce opioid dependency: Will there be enough funding to make a significant difference?
During his term as U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy released a report on opiates and addiction that emphasized that dependency on opioids and other substances must not be viewed as a character flaw.
Rather than seeing behavioral specialists, some people who suffer from PTSD develop dependencies on alcohol, which nearly always worsens symptoms, according to Marmar.
The agency also suggests buprenorphine may not be the best treatment for patients with high levels of physical dependency on opioids.
This kind of multithreading work can be complex, with dependencies between elements and no easy way to divide the work up evenly between threads.
Their relationship is less about friendship or political bonds than a deep and mutually uneasy dependency.
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