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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.
Instead, they are auditing areas with good internal controls because the controls are not documented, even though standards allow auditors to rely on undocumented internal controls.
Even without explicit client fee pressure, competition among firms for clients might cause managers to rely on a client's internal auditors' work in order to cut audit hours.
The agency is at work fixing the 86 automated information systems on which it will rely after 2000--programs containing some 39 million lines of computer code.
The new company will continue to operate under the existing names, Rely and THG, for the time being, said Dan Frey, president of Rely.
Hackett's research found that world-class companies are 61 percent more likely than their peers to have a single ERP system, and rely on common data definitions 20 percent more often.
Most computer users rely on backups as their safety net in the event of data loss.
About 70 percent of those who live in Acton rely on private wells, many of which have been running dry in the region in recent years.
Easier to rely "wonder" materials like silicone, plastic, polyolefin, and polystyrene to somehow hold the environmental forces at bay, at least for a while.