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  • He wrote about his efforts and plans to free himself from financial dependence on his father.
  • Women also gained economic opportunities, so their dependence on men has become less strong.
  • There remains a high degree of economic and social inter-dependence between the two countries.
  • This was due in no small part to his increasing dependence on drugs.
  • The lack of end-to-end security because of the dependence on transport security was another factor.
  • Women develop long-term complications of alcohol dependence more rapidly than do men.
  • This is often confused with multiple specific dependences present at the same time.
  • If a small country benefits more from the international division of labor than a large country, its dependence is greater.
  • His research areas have included long-range dependence, self-similar processes, and heavy tails.
  • According to this theory, the dependence a person has on another brings up the concept of power.
  • The song holds a solid message of society's dependence on money to reach its goals.
  • The unity of the world consists in the chain-like dependence of cause upon cause.
  • The higher the costs to one country, the greater is the degree of dependence of that country.
  • Cotton production kept the Black population in poverty and continued their dependence on the white man.
  • The plan aimed to end Chinese dependence upon agriculture in order to become a world power.
  • This reduced the traditional dependence on horses and human feet.
  • Opioid dependence is a complex health condition that often requires long-term treatment and care.
  • Public transport has been upgraded in an attempt to reduce the city's car dependence.
  • This is so because although God has created everything, He is not in dependence on His creation.
  • The Association advocates a greater role for public transport and less dependence on the private car.
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Meaning of dependence

  • noun The state of relying on or being controlled by someone or something else