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Dependent

Acceptance of a capital budgeting project contingent on the acceptance of another project.

Dependent

An individual for whom another individual is financially responsible. For example, if a working mother has a child, the child is her dependent. Likewise, if a man is taking care of his father in his old age, the father is a dependent. One may normally receive a tax credit for dependents. See also: Child Tax Credit.

Dependent

An individual who qualifies to be claimed as a dependent exemption on another person's income tax return.
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We're here to inspire, empower and give people products that help them regain power over bladder leakage," says Amrit Patil, Depend general manager, Kimberly-Clark.
The trio, along with the Depend brand, will encourage consumers to experience the difference of Silhouette Active Fit briefs and show their support for those experiencing bladder leakage by sharing photos and videos on social media using #Underwareness.
Kimberly-Clark and the Depend brand understand the emotional impact incontinence can have on those who suffer from this medical condition," says Andrew Meurer, Kimberly-Clark's vice president of feminine and adult care for North America.
2 : to be determined by or based on a person, action, or condition Success depends on hard work.
It depends on whether the course is missing key acquisition elements that may be required to fully satisfy course objectives.
How well it does during the coming year will depend on part on how it solves the problems of affordable housing, so young, college-educated workers can remain on Long Island," she said.
graffiti, trash, loud music, or barking dogs) emerges, residents depend on officers to deal with it.
The background-to-nn signal ratio from neutron scattering on the residual gas depends on the gas pressure and does not depend on the collimation system.
The first category, generic social issues, varies for different companies and industries, according to Porter and Kramer; for example, the HIV-AIDS pandemic in Africa is a generic issue for, say, an American computer company, a value chain impact for a multinational pharmaceutical company and a competitive context issue for an African energy company that depends on local residents to operate its facilities.
Regardless, the end result is that private IHEs do indeed graduate more students within four and six years that public IHES--but by what percentage depends on how you look at the various data.