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diverging from another or from a standard

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tending to move apart in different directions

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But these consequences imply when the alliance is formed in the focal firm's industry, and the tension could be minimize by configuring an alliance portfolio divergently.
If it simply imitates market innovations, it loses that fundamental driver of its reason for being: to do things divergently.
Goldschmidt also discusses Hasidic bloc voting and successful efforts to secure assistance from the police and city agencies, contentious efforts divergently, if predictably, seen as just fruits or unjust privileges.
We found that the transition-related strengths and needs of youth with high-incidence disabilities (a) varied across an array of transition domains, (b) were evaluated somewhat differently for youth with EBD and LD, and (c) may be viewed divergently by youth compared with their teachers and parents.
Two similar populations can evolve divergently to become quite distinct (even different species) with scarcely any divergent adaptations just as two unrelated species can have very similar adaptations.
When drama is taught as described in this study, children are encouraged to think divergently and to consider a range of responses, not one right answer.
For example, research on minority influence suggests that dissent, even when wrong, actually causes groups to think more divergently and ultimately to solve problems more creatively (Nemeth & Wachtler, 1983; Nemeth & Kwan, 1985).
It would be hyperbole to suggest that the researchers followed grounded theory methods step by step, as originally proposed by Glaser and Strauss (1967) and further refined, sometimes divergently, by Strauss (1987), Glaser (1992), Strauss and Corbin (1990) and Charmaz (2006).
Third, high school teachers who assist their students in study skills, knowledge acquisition, and the ability to think divergently provide a more solid base for success in science courses at the college level.
In the act of creating this new, divergently public setting, Shelley's deepest criticism of Wordsworth, then, begins with the observation that Wordsworth judged first upon himself.
The male authors present themselves divergently as confessor, adviser, co-teacher, spiritual subordinate, and even faithful hunting dog.
Both actresses do their best to flesh out these divergently conceived and written characters as much as possible.
Rimsky-Korsakov's Snow Maiden and Richard Rodney Bennett's Mines of Sulphur are two divergently stageworthy scores, but there's also one of those wonderful Wexford 'Huh?
Important ethnological concepts and topics such as men's houses, male initiation, age grading and setting, patrilinearity, gerontocracy, reproductive virility, and Mannerbunde (2) ubiquitously seem to require a bivariate plotting of manhood, yet much more divergently than in anthropological uses of Oedipal, archetypal, and Eriksonian psychology.
Any attempt to do widely divergently different things against one's natural grain will bring unhappiness all around.