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rest with (someone or something)

1. To reside or be vested in someone or something; to derive from someone or something. The power to shape government ultimately rests with the public, so long as they are willing to vote, that is. We all give our input during the selection process, but the decision ultimately rests with the CEO. The success of their product will rest with how competitive their pricing will be.
2. To place, vest, or endow someone or some group with something, such as power, authority, etc. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "rest" and "with." Your mother rested the authority to execute the terms of her will with you. I'll never understand why she would rest the power to shape company policy with someone who has no background in business or finance. We need to stop resting control of our economy with these heartless mega-corporations.
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rest with someone or something

to remain with someone or something; to be vested with someone or something. The final decision rests with you. The power rests with the board of directors.
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The problem I had was arrow rests with that type of security did not provide adequate fletching clearance.
"All The Power Rests With You" is a collection of poems that Suzanne Stutman has written for children who need the reassurance that they are special and okay just as they are.
I suggest the following set up for bows: saber plastic arrow rests with the "L" holder, a 14-16 strand double looped string for wood arrows (helps keep them on the string) and 12 strand for fiberglass or aluminum arrows, and string nocs appropriately positioned.
You could say they've held their ground with a permanent foot hold in the industry and are one of the most widely used styles of rests with today's archery hunters.
However, footage of arrows shot from rests with more capture shows that the rests guide the arrows more assuredly along.
A few arrow rests with good capture are: Golden Key-Futura's Master Hunter with Cradle Launcher, Carolina Archery Products' Whisker Biscuit, and Tiger Tuff's Shur Shot.
Looking at expensive arrow rests with numerous adjustment knobs, you may ask: Is all that adjustment necessary?
Other arrow rests with good clearance are the Hunter One by X-Ring, the Signature Trailblazer by Cobra, and the Simplicity by Martin.
Many bow companies offer rest systems custom made for their bows, while several independents style rests with particular bow models in mind.
These rests include APA's Twister Safari with its Teflon Slick Tubes, Quality Archery Designs' Ultra-Rest and Ripcord rests with their deeply forked arrow cradles and containment arms and Vital Hunting Gear's Vital Drop and Kaz-Away rests with the auto arrow-clamping system.
Dan Evans was the man behind the vision to popularize fall-away rests with archers, and this was Dan's "welcome-to-the-industry" moment.