depending on what Wildstein has, and on whom, he might set off a domino-effect of people flipping, and then who knows.
depending on the subject matter, it takes Fox anywhere from two days to a week and a half to complete a project.
depending on the account, Whitey heard of criminal charges being brought against him in either December 1994 or January 1995.
Does your approach differ, depending on the medium, and does one come more easily to you than others?
This one would last from four to six months, depending on how often I wash my hair.
The many pestiferous species vary greatly in importance, depending on locality, weather and the variety.
Do you forget that he is depending entirely upon you—that if you should fail him he will be lost?
It is very simple indeed, depending on the skill and dexterity of the men.
To think of Philip, hungry too, and depending on her, on her boasted prowess!
You know were fighting for the pennant, and were depending on this king pitcher of ours more than on any one else to win out.
early 15c., "to be attached to as a condition or cause," a figurative use, from Middle French dependre, literally "to hang from, hang down," from Latin dependere "to hang from, hang down; be dependent on, be derived," from de- "from, down" (see de-) + pendere "to hang, be suspended" (see pendant). Related: Depended; depending.