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Related to rely upon: collide with, finish off
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Synonyms for rely upon

put trust in with confidence

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In the 21st century we can no longer rely upon "they".
Most council tax and income taxpayers are not local government or central government employees and therefore have to either scrimp and save to provide their own pension for retirement (and be victimised by the taxman and DSS upon retirement) or rely upon the wholly inadequate state pension to provide for their retirement.
EVERTON'S tactics rely upon the defence being tight and quite a bit of luck.
The majority of council tax and income taxpayers are not local government or central government employees and therefore have to either scrimp and save to provide their own pension for retirement (and be victimised by the taxman and DSS upon retirement) or rely upon the wholly inadequate state pension to provide for their retirement.
We rely upon Arteta for some flair and Beattie for some bullying tactics up front.
After all, if health plan medical directors rely upon differing methods when making decisions, perhaps our decisions differ.
The rationale of the New York courts in permitting contractors to recover economic loss damages for negligent misrepresentation is that contractors who bid on projects have very little choice but to rely upon the specifications prepared by architects.
may not rely upon any constitution, law, administrative rule, Executive order, directive, policy, judicial decision, or any other action of any foreign state or international organization .
Students (and adults) will enjoy reading this book because it is so entertaining and informative, but they can also rely upon it for solid historical research.
Companies rely upon internal CPAs to provide them with the best accounting advice possible.
79) The authors of the legislation have stated this language is not intended to create a new test, and that the authors' intent is for FTB to rely upon "the common law economic substance doctrine.
The final disclosure and listing regulations are significantly tighter than earlier versions, which applied only to corporate taxpayers, required the existence of at least two tax shelter characteristics and provided subjective-type exceptions that taxpayers and their advisers were prone to rely upon.
Consumers have come to rely upon a "seal of approval," such as those awarded by Good Housekeeping and Underwriters' Laboratories, or a "best buy" recommendation when purchasing household appliances, selecting municipal bond investments, deciding to view movies and choosing hotels.
You would rely upon a professional in the area of medicine to perform a task they were trained to perform.
Before that, Sears says, the ADF's aggressive fundraising campaign will rely upon using ads on Christian broadcast stations to expand the base of donors to Christian legal work beyond those already on mailing lists like Pat Robertson's.