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Synonyms for deviate

Synonyms for deviate

to turn away from a prescribed course of action or conduct

to turn aside, especially from the main subject in writing or speaking

to change the direction or course of

one whose sexual behavior differs from the accepted norm

Synonyms for deviate

be at variance with

cause to turn away from a previous or expected course

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markedly different from an accepted norm

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Since implementing strategies takes time, firms may benefit sometimes by deviating from fitting strategies.
The Company is deviating from its practice of reporting after the market closes as it will host the call from Churchill Downs, the site of the 132nd running of the Kentucky Derby on May 6.
Following accusation by a some members of the Chennai based multi-speciality NGO hospital & research institute, Voluntary Health Services (VHS) that the management of the health centre was trying to make money from its services by deviating from its founding concept, a new honorary secretary succeeding Dr E S Krishnamurthy has been chosen.
The Fifth Circuit rejected marketability as a factor for deviating from the tables.
The Board of Directors proposes that the General Meeting shall decide on issuing a maximum of 1,500,000 option rights, that are offered deviating from the shareholders' pre-emptive subscription right to the staff and the members of the Board of Directors of Proha Plc and certain affiliated companies; in addition, the Board of Directors of Proha Plc can give the subscription right to the personnel of associated companies and that the Board of Directors shall decide on sharing the option rights.
While the article focused on the taxation of different retirement investment alternatives, it overstepped its bounds by deviating to discuss the characteristics of such alternate investments other than taxation.
At SwitchCore AB's (publ) annual general meeting held on April 27 2001, it was decided to grant the Board authorization to decide on an issue of new stocks and the issue of a promissory note, with the option of subscribing for new stock, in both cases deviating from stockholder's preferential rights.
At SwitchCore AB's (publ) extraordinary general meeting held on February 15, 2001, it was decided to grant the Board authorization to decide on an issue of new stocks and the issue of a promissory note with the option of subscribing for new stock, in both cases deviating from stockholders' preferential rights.
Therefore, at today's EGM the board was authorized to decide on a cash issue of new stocks and the issue of a promissory note and the option of subscribing for new stock, in both cases deviating from stockholders' preferential rights.
The increase of share capital with a new subscription The General Meeting decided on deviating from the Board of Directors proposal to increase the share capital with a new directed subscription to the shareholders of Artemis Acquisition Corporation (The mother company of Artemis Management Systems) by a minimum of EUR 1.
In no way are we deviating from our original business model, rather we are assuring continued diversity of the operations of the overall company.
In no way are we deviating from our original business model, we are only enhancing the operation of the overall company.
In no way are we deviating from our original business model only enhancing the operation of the overall company.
The Board's reason for deviating from the shareholders' preferential rights is that the Company as payment must be able to issue shares in conjunction with the acquisition of the companies named.
Resolution of the RatingAlert will largely depend on HRP's ability to execute its stated operating plan and increase financial flexibility through the reduction of leverage which increased in 1999 deviating from its historically conservative capital structure.