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of superficial relevance if any

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(of e.g. speech and writing) tending to depart from the main point or cover a wide range of subjects

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More "Garden of Forking Paths" than Gunsmoke, Klatsassin, with its diverse cast that includes a German miner, a prospector and his partner, a thief, a Scottish constable, an English innkeeper, and a Tsilhqot'in (Chilcotin) prisoner, transforms Rashomon into a branching narrative that weaves digressively through five different time periods and multiple, conflicting stories of a murder.
But it makes us digressively wonder: Is Heder actually as wimpy around women as his character is in the movie?
Engagingly whisking its readers through Beth Segar's every-day digressively tedious life in combat with coworkers and happiness, We All Fall Down depicts the amusing tale of her introduction of Theory of Constraints in the workplace and its immediate effectiveness.
Using Borges's "Funes the Memorious" as inspiration, he finds that representation in this case obviously operates digressively, and is dependent on other representations to have any hope of life.
Whether digressively or directly, at a walk or at a run, the motion is on the ground and by foot, putting its weight part by part onto the terrain to be covered.