Rely. Meaning relying on you.
The verbs of reliable, depending on the tense, are rely, relies, relying and relied.Some example sentences using them are:"We rely on her"."She relies on donations for her children"."We are relying on public funds"."They relied on you".
When looking for housing, CMI Management is fairly reliable. However, there are limited properties available and it's best to have a backup plan rather than relying on CMI.
I am relying on my grammar skills to pass this test. The team is relying on you! (Usually followed by, "No pressure...") The barnyard animals are relying on me to feed them.
Booking any hotel on line with a large group like Travelocity is the most reliable. Travelocity will even compensate for certain mistakes. Where as when you make a reservation by phone you are relying on a human to get everything right for you.
That is the correct spelling of the word "relying" (on) meaning depending on.
We are relying on your pitching talents again, this year.
Relying is a present participle. The infinitive is "to rely".
Musical theatre dancing is less of a particular style, and more of a description of dancing that is rooted in the diverse history of Broadway musicals. Relying heavily on a knowledge of ballet, tap, and jazz, musical theater dancers are, first and foremost, actors and place a high focus on musical interpretation
Since a user can define a views, logical data independence can achieved by using view definition to hide changes in the conceptual schema. since the sql user has no knowledge of how the data is physically represented, relying solely on the relation abstraction for querying, physical data independence is also achieved.
No, relying directly on technology will not always protect you from phishing scams