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Synonyms for digression

Synonyms for digression

Synonyms for digression

a message that departs from the main subject

a turning aside (of your course or attention or concern)

wandering from the main path of a journey


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Which ensures the implementation of the project Fair Justice, funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) (Contract AID-121-C-11-00002) (hereinafter - the Project), announces the making the presentation of the film of the Supreme Court of Ukraine digression on the history of the Court in the context of historical events in Ukraine, in particular, of proceedings.
Recent theoretical interest in narrative digression suggests one approach to an understanding of Mexican author Mario Bellatin's amoeba-like novelettes.
The context of Herodotus' digression in the fifth book of his Histories is Aristagoras' call of the Athenians for help during the Ionian Revolution.
In doing so, the forty-ninth digression transforms from absurdity to profundity.
However officials and analysts see this as a temporary and seasonal digression.
In this essay, I argue that Socrates' digression in the Theaetetus, roughly found between 172c-177d, is directly motivated by the following connected moral claims: (I) that moral judgments are city-relative in the sense that what people hold collectively to be, just, for example, is meant for that particular collective only; (I*) that no city looks for an expert for assistance in improving (or overturning) its moral views, e.
The agreement has been seen by experts as a digression from the 2002 Code of Conduct signed by China and the ten member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian nations (Asean), that states disputes in the South China Sea should be handled multilaterally.
For example, the threats posed by the seals in Rev 6:1-17 awaken a sense of fear, while the vision of salvation in the digression in 7:1-17 invites confidence (Aristotle, Rhetoric 2.
Plus precisement, l'auteur etudie dans le roman aussi bien les parentheses, les signes typographiques, que la parenthese, c'est-a-dire la digression ou l'incidente qui est si typique de l'ecriture proustienne et dont elle demontre de facon convaincante qu'elle represente une figure de style aussi importante que la metaphore.
This Vital Digression and Obviam Est production debuted at the Edinburgh Festival.
Meandering around on digression after digression, the greatest pleasure of his live sets are not the punchlines, but the journey he takes his audience on to get to them.
Rab Wilson, the Burns Writing Fellow for Dumfries and Galloway Arts Association, has found a striking similarity between a passage in Burns' "Tam O' Shanter", known as Augustan Digression, and Edmund Bolton's "A Palinode", reports The Scotsman.
La digression est un objet poetique mal identifie, dont Aude deruelle nous retrace la << petite histoire >> rhetorique et litteraire dans son premier chapitre.
Kate Ashbrook, of the Open Spaces Society, said: "If this route were to be closed, people would be forced to walk 10 times the distance; a huge digression.
All in all, this is a cracking digression for Sonic and friends, and is definitely well worth a look.