And yet the majority of this six-pack of thrillers are not about foreign terrorists or invaders but about betrayal by those we depended upon
, by those in our own family or inner circle of friends, those we thought we could trust.
Though over the millennia irrigated agriculture has been intermittent and varying in intensity, from the nineteenth century on increasing irrigated hectare has depended upon
the twin rivers.
This is from the viewpoint of a university professor living in a rural area who depended upon
university students to enroll in his classes in order to maintain employment in his chosen field of work.
A nation-wide study of 348 coaches, 179 athletic trainers, and 2,977 high school and college athletes showed that 36% of the athletes depended upon
their coaches as their major sources of nutritional information.
The classical idea of professionalism in architecture argued that the autonomy of architects depended upon
the neutrality that Soane thought necessary, in a violently competitive and often corrupt early nineteenth-century word, to hold the ring between client and contractor.