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Science is the knowledge of consequences, and dependance of one fact upon another.

{i} reliance (on someone or something); trust
lack of independence or self-sufficiency
See Dependent, Dependence, Dependency
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The state of being dependent, of relying upon another

He had a deep dependence on her for guidance.

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{n} connection, reliance
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The act or state of depending; state of being dependent; a hanging down or from; suspension from a support
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A relation among program statements in which the results depend upon the order in which the statements are executed May prevent vectorization
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A relationship between two different experimental results in which the first result does not directly influence the chances of the second result occurring, but instead, the two results are indirectly related because they are subject to influences from a common outside factor
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lack of independence or self-sufficiency
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being abnormally tolerant to and dependent on something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming (especially alcohol or narcotic drugs)
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Mutual connection and support; concatenation; systematic inter-relation
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A relationship created with or accepted from other group members that puts the individual in a subordinate position
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(n ) The relationship of a calculation B to a calculation A if changes to A, or to the ordering of A and B, could affect B If A and B are calculations in a program, for example, then B is dependent on A if B uses values calculated by A There are four types of dependence: true dependence, where B uses values calculated by A; antidependence, where A uses values overwritten by B; output dependence, where A and B both write to the same variables; control dependence, where B's execution is controlled by values set in A Dependence is also used in message routing to mean that some activity X cannot proceed until another activity Y has completed For example, if X and Y are messages attempting to pass through a region with limited buffer space, and Y currently holds some or all of the buffer, X may depend on Y releasing some buffer space before proceeding
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A resting with confidence; reliance; trust
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A matter depending, or in suspense, and still to be determined; ground of controversy or quarrel
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{i} reliance; trust
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Subjection to the direction or disposal of another; inability to help or provide for one's self
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A relationship between two instructions that requires them to execute in program order Dependence is a property of a program See control dependence, data dependence, and name dependence
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A corollary of dominance: A situation in which the LDC's have to rely on developed-country domestic and international economic policy to stimulate their own economic growth Dependence can also mean that the LDC's adopt developed (Western) education systems, technology, economic and political systems, attitudes, consumption patterns and dress etc
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You talk about the dependence of one thing on another when the first thing will be affected or determined by the second. the dependence of circulation on production
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The internal, psychologically felt wish or yearning for emotional (vs instrumental or task oriented) support, care, comfort, attention, nurturance, and similar responses from significant others Dependence in PARTheory also refers to the actual behavioral bids individals make for such responsiveness For young children these bids may include clinging to parents, whining or crying when parents unexpectedly depart, and seeking physical proximity with them when they return Older children and adults may express their need for positive response more symbolically --especially in times of distress-- by seeking reassurance, approval, or support, as well as comfort, affection, or solace from people who are important to them--particularly from parents for youths, and from nonparental significant others for adults Dependence in PARTheory is construed as a continuum, with independence defining one end of the continuum and dependence the other (See personality subtheory)
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A corollary of dominance; a situation in which the LDCs have to rely on developed-country domestic and international economic policy to stimulate their own economic growth Dependence can also mean that the LDCs adopt developed-country education systems, technology, economic and political systems, attitudes, consumption patterns, dress, etc
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An irresistible physical or psychological need, especially for a chemical substance
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That on which one depends or relies; as, he was her sole dependence
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a state in which a person is reliant on a drug Physical dependence is characterized by the onset of physical symptoms of withdrawal (e g , sweating, tremors) if a drug is abruptly stopped Psychological dependence (addiction) is a psychological syndrome characterized by drug craving, compulsive use and relapse after abstinence
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An existing quarrel (A term used among swordsmen ) "Let us pause until I give you my opinion on this dependence for if we coolly examine the state of our dependence, we may the better apprehend whether the sisters three have doomed one of us to expiate the same with our blood " - Sir W Scott: The Monastery, chap xxi Depinges (2 syl ) or Deepings A breadth of netting to be sewed on a hoddy (net) to make it sufficiently large Sometimes the breadth is called a depth, and the act of sewing one depth on another is called deepening the net In 1574 the Dutch settlers at Yarmouth were required "to provide themselves with twine and depinges in foreign places "
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That which depends; anything dependent or suspended; anything attached a subordinate to, or contingent on, something else
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The state of being influenced and determined by something; subjection (as of an effect to its cause)
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If you talk about drug dependence or alcohol dependence, you are referring to a situation where someone is addicted to drugs or is an alcoholic. = addiction
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Physiological and/or psychological reliance on or addiction to a substance, which results from the recurrent use of the substance; characterized by mental and/or physical changes in the user, making it difficult to stop usage
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Your dependence on something or someone is your need for them in order to succeed or be able to survive. the city's traditional dependence on tourism = reliance
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