The key, he and others say, is to rely on helpful colleagues.
And New Mexico, Michigan, and Maine are among the 10 states that rely most on food stamps.
Alasania said Georgia also had to rely on unencrypted cellphone communications during its brief war with Russia in 2008.
They must rely completely on hospital staff, who are often overworked, exhausted, and juggling many births at once.
As the wrangling continued, Lloyd and Postol grew to rely on their new colleague, Susli.
We must have someone we can not only rely upon, but who can drive.
She could rely on Donald to help her search for the material.
On whom one can rely for a hearing and for intelligent appreciation, Miss Selford.
But henceforward I am able to rely on my own memory as well as on other people's evidence.
So far we have authentic records to rely on; the remainder is pure conjecture.
early 14c., "to gather, assemble" (transitive and intransitive), from Old French relier "assemble, put together; fasten, attach, rally, oblige," from Latin religare "fasten, bind fast," from re-, intensive prefix (see re-), + ligare "to bind" (see ligament). Sense of "depend, trust" is from 1570s, perhaps via notion of "rally to, fall back on." Typically used with on, perhaps by influence of lie (v.2). Related: Relied; relying.