Examples of dependency in a Sentence
the country's dependency on foreign oil
a dependency on foreign oil
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As part of these changes, Apple's subsidiary which holds overseas cash became resident in the UK Crown dependency of Jersey, specifically to ensure that tax obligations and payments to the US were not reduced.
The country is also seeking to shift away from oil dependency, after plummeting oil prices triggered a recession.
Vines left the military in 1986, but her alcohol dependency, anxiety and depression followed, and only worsened with the untimely death of her 16-year-old son.
Photo: Chieko Tsuneoka/The Wall Street Journal Mr. Abe has argued Japan should do more to defend itself and reduce its dependency on the U.S. military.
Policy Matters Ohio found that a $15 statewide minimum wage, carefully phased in by 2025, would lift children out of poverty, reduce inequality, reduce dependency on safety nets threatened by budget cuts, and ensure more working Ohioans can make it.
This is how Haiti has been lassoed from the beginning into owing exorbitant and perpetual debt in desperation for survival, and has been kept in a constant state of dependency since its revolution in 1804.
Earlier in 2017, Walker went even farther in expanding work requirements to free individuals and families from the welfare trap and the cycle of dependency.
In the harsher environments of Pittsburgh, Kansas City and New England, that sort of dependency is necessary.
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