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Dependingly
Dependingly De*pend"ing*ly, adv. As having dependence. --Hale.

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- Depend is a brand of absorbent, disposable underwear and undergarments for people with urinary or fecal incontinence. It is a Kimberly-Clark brand, and...
- "No One to Depend On" is a song by Latin rock band Santana, from their 1971 album, Santana III. The main melody of the song is taken from "Spanish Grease"...
- "Depend on Me" is the second song released by Nikki Webster from her debut album Follow Your Heart. It peaked at number 16 on the Australian ARIA Singles...
- "Depend on You" is the fifth single released by Ayumi Hamasaki on December 9, 1998. The single reached number nine on the w****ly Oricon chart, becoming...
- Supply and Depend is the first full-length release by Warship, the band founded by Fran Mark and Rob Lauritsen, formerly of the now defunct From Autumn...
- adjective meaning "depending on context" or "depending on cir****stances". It may refer to: Context-sensitive meaning, where meaning depends on context (language...
- "It All Depends on You" is a 1926 po****r song with music by Ray Henderson and lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Lew Brown. The song, written for the musical...
- You Can Depend on Me may refer to: "(You Can) Depend on Me," a 1959 song by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles "You Can Depend on Me" (Louis Armstrong song)...
- ...Depends On What You Mean By Love is an EP by The Blacke**** Susans, released in late 1991. "Ocean of You" (David McComb) – 3:33 "Close Watch" (John...
- "Sailing the Seas Depends on the Helmsman" (Chinese: 大海航行靠舵手; pinyin: Dàhǎi hángxíng kào duòshǒu), sometimes known as "The Helmsman Sets the Ocean Course"...