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rely

verb bank on, be confident, be dependent on, believe in, confide, count upon, depend, feel sure, have confidence in, have faith in, lean on, look to, place trust in, put confidence in, put faith in, rely on, trust
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Although I am pleased with the evolution of my online classes over the past several semesters, I still encounter a few students every semester who rely heavily on me and express frustration when I am unable to answer their questions immediately.
It is no longer sufficient to rely on signature-based technologies to address new security concerns and it is no longer plausible to assume that all attacks will come from outside the network.
In order to do so we need to encourage physicians to rely upon best practices as identified in the current medical literature.
Under the new "penalty policy statement," Commissioner Everson declared that a taxpayer "may not rely on the advice of a tax advisor that has a financial arrangement or referral agreement with a tax shelter promoter.
Parties that rely on a SysTrust report may incorrectly assume the practitioner guarantees the operation, security and accuracy of a company information system.
Finally, absent any evidence undermining its credibility, we believe that a taxpayer should be permitted to rely on the company's books and records, without the need for independent verification by the tax department.
Organizations rely on Tumbleweed's solutions to securely manage their Internet communications, spanning email management to file transfers.
Practitioners may rely on the opinion of another practitioner as to one or more significant Federal tax issues, unless the practitioner knows or should know the opinion of the other practitioner should not be relied on; * If the practitioner relies on the opinion of another practitioner, the relying practitioner's opinion must identify the other opinion and set forth the conclusions reached in the other opinion.
About 3,300 residents there rely on private wells, the levels of which have been drastically falling, according to Andy Fried, the president of the Agua Dulce Town Council.
Romano could not rely upon the caveat contained in the information form that the data is only believed to be accurate but is not warranted.
The case is significant because a state supreme court ruled that third-party investors may rely on the work of an accounting firm in making investment decisions even if such investors are not clients of the accounting firm.
The legislative history makes clear, however, that taxpayers are entitled to rely on extant rulings until the issuance of economic performance regulations (or, alternatively, the revocation or modification of the rulings).