diverge


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Synonyms for diverge

conflict

deviate

digress

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Synonyms for diverge

to separate into branches or branchlike parts

to be unlike or dissimilar

to turn away from a prescribed course of action or conduct

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

Synonyms for diverge

move or draw apart

have no limits as a mathematical series

extend in a different direction

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be at variance with

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Estimation of the safety level in the ramps, weaving, merge, and diverge segments of freeway interchanges was the main purpose of this research.
That length of the M8/A8 Edinburgh - Greenock Trunk Road, being the newly constructed southbound carriageway from its diverge from the circulatory carriageway of the of Bo'ness Road north roundabout generally southwards to where it meets the circulatory carriageway Chapelhall Junction north roundabout a distance of 220 metres or thereby.
The diverge DNA probes developed for in situ hybridization have the sensitivity and specificity to amplify the signal-to-noise ratio and thus detect single copy genes in an in situ hybridization format.
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That length of the M8/A8 Edinburgh - Greenock Trunk Road, being the newly constructed eastbound carriageway from where it diverges from that length of the M8/A8 Edinburgh - Greenock Trunk Road between the north roundabout of Chapelhall Junction and Junction 6 (Newhouse) to where it meets the eastbound on slip from the circulatory carriageway of Newhouse Roundabout, a distance of 1.06km or thereby.
However, as the number of cartridges per tape drive ratio increases, as is the case with an automated library, the cost per megabyte of tape storage diverges quickly from disk and can be as little as 1/20th the cost per megabyte of disk.
The key question which comes to mind here is to what extent the "new model" Church in Ottawa is the result of adaptations made necessary because of the shortage of priests, or how much of it reflects new theological/sociological ideas which diverge from the traditional and necessary theology of the priesthood and the sacraments, especially the Eucharist.
That length of the M8/A8 Edinburgh - Greenock Trunk Road, being the newly constructed eastbound carriageway from its diverge from the circulatory carriageway of the Chapelhall Junction north roundabout generally eastwards to where it meets the circulatory carriageway of the Newhouse Roundabout, a distance of 2.1km or thereby.
Where do our histories converge and diverge? How similar or different are our views toward Africa?
Up Up Up Up Up Up doesn't diverge drastically from the rest of her rapidly growing catalog.
Pocock's piece also gives a sense of the issues around which British historians diverge and converge.
Lustig understands musical structure but, on the evidence of this piece, he still doesn't know when to let dance and music diverge. Like his earlier ballets, Hearts of Light is relentlessly busy; nine dancers are forever in motion, combining in duets, double duets, trios, and quintets, with solos lasting no more than a few moments.
The current moves quickly, appearing at the juncture of wires and dissipating without a trace as the wires diverge further up the wall, only to be replaced by another current generated in the transformer.
The two monitors feature backlit silhouettes of a man and a woman whose spoken recollections of various incidents of suspicious activity merge and diverge unpredictably.
Organism and apparatus coalesce in one movement only to diverge again the next moment.