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dependency

(sometimes US), dependancy
1. Politics a territory subject to a state on which it does not border
2. Psychol overreliance by a person on another person or on a drug, etc.

dependency

[di′pen·dən·sē]
(computer science)
The necessity for a computer to complete work on some job before execution of another can begin.

dependency

A subsidiary building near or adjoining a principal structure.
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(2) the program must benefit employees in a classification that does not discriminate in favor of highly compensated employees or their dependents;
The dependent audit, done for the city by its health insurance adviser, Group Benefits Strategies, has led to the removal of 202, or 2.85 percent, of those dependents who were covered under city health plans.
* Benefits for all employees who own more than 5% of the employer, and their spouses and dependents, cannot be more than 25% of the total benefits each year.
She then traces the origins of colonial households, comprised of a household head, usually the husband and father, and dependents ranging from his wife and children to extended kin and bound laborers.
Ninety-one percent of the respondents reported that teleworking helps with their dependent care needs: offering flexibility, helping with emergencies, giving the ability to transport dependents to appointments, enabling more time for personal life, allowing coordination of care, etc.
There is also a new $500 credit for other dependents such as children over 17 and other qualifying relatives.
South Goa candidate Naik said: "Mining dependents and the industry have contributed to the central and state coffers lakhs of rupees in the form of royalty and other taxes.
Finally, from the plan contract type, we determined whether the AYA's family plan included other dependents in addition to the AYA (including other children or the subscriber's spouse), in which case dropping or adding the AYA would likely be cost-neutral to the family premium.
If you have been advised to 'disinherit' your dependent, remember that these public benefits provide no more than 'bare bones' necessities.
RIYADH: The General Directorate of Passports of the Ministry of Interior (MoI) said that the issuance of exit/re-entry visas for expatriates and the renewal of residence permits will not be made unless fees levied on dependents of foreign workers are paid in advance.
Florocito Ragudo, the chief of the Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Office (Dapco), said the P10-million subsidy would benefit the poor drug dependents who needed to undergo rehabilitation program.
To provide support to the governments campaign against drugs and improve the lives of drug dependents and their families, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)-10 implements the after-care, transformation and reintegration program as highlighted during the DSWDs Media and Bloggers Forum on May 5.