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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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Community members depend on the police to solve problems related to public order, and officers are willing and sometimes able to do so.
"How risk management is delegated within an organization will depend on the company," he says, "but from my perspective, risk management starts with the company's CEO and board of directors having awareness of business risks.
Schools, for example, may affect the competitiveness of companies that depend on a local workforce, even if the companies' activities do not have a direct impact on the schools.
The thermal neutron background component from the thermal and epithermal neutrons multiply scattered on collimators will depend on the collimation system.
The differences in the percentages depend on the source of the data.