He is very reliable in defense.
She's reliable in how she reacts.
It had not been reliable in awhile.
CONCLUSIONS The TTO method appeared to be feasible and reliable in patients with RA.
If you mean reliable in terms of product validation and testing, Intel really shines.
It's easy to take a Mama for granted, I think, they're generally just so reliable in their affection and presence.
It was feared that he would rely on the writing, but if one is not reliable in memorization, then he should write.
Gold is nonreactive in the instruments and is highly reliable in the electronic equipment and life-support devices.
Reliable for the Jays all season.
He is not reliable for even 1 yard.
My waters aren't very reliable for telling.
I have used VMUSA for 9 months and service has been quick and reliable for my business.
No boyfriend is fully reliable for a girl &; there is always a wild wolf hidden in him.
If you are looking something cheaper and reliable for your iPod, then this is good for you.
Roofing structures are generally built in a manner that they remain durable and reliable for at least a few decades.
It's surprisingly reliable as an indicator.
But, reliable as the sunrise, there they were.
Lina is no more reliable as the narrator of the novels.
However, the accuracy of blood tests becomes more reliable as the infection progresses.
Despite these attempts, we are not confident that W3Schools can be reliable as an accurate reference in the future.
They can be made reliable with time and money.
Nothing spectacular just solid, quick and reliable with a team that do what they should.
The engines are pretty reliable with my 08 needing only normal servicing which is cheap too.
The electrics are unreliable with the electric sliding doors and windows stopping working when they feel like it.
But ' heart ' is not reliable on it's own either.
Works okay in calm water; not so reliable on a wave.
And honestly? I don't feel like any of the three methods is all that reliable on its own.
So, it is ever preferred to get streaming movies from any reliable on the internet portal.
Personally I would prefer Sestak, but he is not entirely reliable on EFCA either, and he has no history as labor's friend.
Bush, who had shirked military service, succeeded in presenting himself as more reliable on national security than Al Gore.
They also don't have as reliable of the network.
Larry's not the most reliable of sources, though.
The Bible is the most conclusive and reliable of all.
However, they remain the most accurate and reliable of the models that are available today.
Hugo is the most reliable of correspondents and, so far as I know, has never let Marty down.
Rye was the most reliable of the Old World grains (22) and by the 1640? s ot was a well-established New England crop.
It was in this room that Mary had announced herengagement to the dullest and most reliable of Larry Lefferts ' many sons.
The scale is reliable at >0.
Be punctual and reliable at work.
The scale was found to be reliable at 0.
Also remember that some OEMs are better/more reliable at providing updates than others.
Talking of Dracula, I guess Suarez has done ok, but he isnt exactly reliable at taking the 15 chances that come his way in a game.
Hence, the book is considered highly reliable to the Shia.
Cute story, but Polycharmus doesn't sound too reliable to me.
Getting reliable to the lenders: Rely is an important term while you are dealing with money.
Other reliable to the above mentioned, tasks in order of the executive; Handing over opinions and beliefs, decisions etc.
However, external sources look more reliable to the demographic, since 51 per cent of 14 to 16-year-olds do not consider advice.
For as long as they are each judged as reliable by their followers.
The WIFI is pretty reliable by the pool but not so much by the beach.
They got to be reliable by being factual, impartial, probing and well, UPHOLD INTEGRITY.
People usually want to go for the options which are already considered as reliable by many people.
Industrial systems and medical devices made more reliable by eliminating trouble prone wiring and replaceable batteries.
His accounts were finally accepted as reliable by the Royal Geographical Society though not without opposition from Rebmann's critics.
Family practice and pediatric contributions have so far remained more reliable over the years after graduation.
While some forms of scientific evidence become more reliable over time, others may become less so as further studies reveal concerns.
But, independent of those updates, the internal structures created for the original environments (of hard- and software) to be preserved have to be kept constant and reliable over time.
Data is not reliable due to the way it is collected.
It was not reliable due to accuracy of contemporary parts.
In fact the facts in the book become more reliable due to the very reason.
They are very reliable due to their independence from batteries, but tend to be less bright than battery-powered lights.
Sagna in my opinion edges out Jenkinson at RB because defensively he is slightly more reliable due to his extra experience.
The Evaluation Team was advised that the data is not 100% valid and reliable due to possible different regional directions for entering the data 3.
Hydropower, which is our main source of power, is no longer reliable due to unpredictable rainfall and protracted droughts in many parts of the country.
Clinical malnutrition The data from the routine MCH assessments which use weight-for-age, is unfortunately not reliable due to biases and compilation errors.
Kicker Steven Hauschka is not reliable from 50 yards.
It is more reliable from other remote control software.
Conclusion: In short, we consider the Reports collection to be reliable from 1994 onward.
However April and May are rainy and the migration is not on a schedule that is precisely reliable from year to year.
And while student surveys are more reliable from year to year, they're not all that predictive over time of teacher performance.
Individual reasoning is not reliable because of the confirmation bias.
The system proved not to be completely reliable because of its technical complexity.
Call them road beasts or a nuisance, but commuters found mini-buses reliable because of their frequency and wider route coverage.
According to Aristotle, speakers are reliable because of three reasons: prudence (phronesis ), virtue (arete) and benevolence (eunoia).
Femtocells provide a way of making 3G phones reliable inside buildings.
Better to buy something reliable like a Gremlin.
But most of the sources are reliable like California University and much others.
You can manage all the member devices by managing the IRF virtual device, which is cost-effective like a box-type device, and scalable and highly reliable like a chassis-type distributed device.
Still reliable after 4 months and a minor replacement.
The author quotes no authority and speaks merely from hearsay, which is not very reliable after a century.
However I don't think your comments are reliable after your obvious attempts to distort the Galileo affair.
Labour intensive efforts can be made easier and more reliable through the application of automated support.
The scale had previously been validated and found to be reliable through research in different cultural contexts including the Caribbean (4, 5).
Ratooning is very strong and reliable under good growing conditions.
The AC Milan man endured some torrid nights during the reign of Raymond Domenech but had, for the most part, been reliable under Blanc.
Finger-stick blood sugar measurements require only a very small drop of blood and is feasible and reliable under routine clinical conditions (13).
There's something reasuring and reliable about a keypad, but then I went to school when literacy was still mandatory.
The majority of these parcels are in the United States, and I've found that once you get the parcel in the hands of the Americans, they are very reliable about getting it to their destination.