divergence


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the act of moving away in different direction from a common point

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a variation that deviates from the standard or norm

an infinite series that has no limit

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a difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions

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In other words, the major agglomeration increase defined as WMS-UWMS follows the major surface area increase up to the point of divergence indicated on Fig.
But at other points, he uses polls to suggest that typical women and men would back policies different than those favored by the privileged few: citing polls to show, for example, that today "84 percent of elite respondents would go to war to defend South Korea from a North Korean invasion, while only 45 percent of the public would," and similar divergences.
An analyst said, 'If India's premier state-run bank is reporting such divergence it shows how deep the rot runs in the nation's banking system.
This Letter examines the sources of the divergence in the recovery paths of real interest rates and returns on capital.
For every species, the maximum interaspecific divergence was less than the minimum distance to its nearest-neighbour.
The comparison between the MAPE-CAPE graphs illustrates the P/E valuation divergence subject to the monetary policy shift.
This unusual divergence reflects different prospects for growth and inflation around the world.
To evaluate potential change, we quantified phenotypic divergence of key life history traits between two refuge populations of the endangered Pahrump poolfish (Empetrichthys latos) in Nevada: Spring Mountain Ranch and Shoshone Stock Pond (Shoshone).
Given different monetary and economic policies in the world's major economies, investors and financial firms alike should expect more divergence and volatility in the fourth quarter and next year, says Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic advisor of Allianz and former CEO of PIMCO.
The lexicographers say that the linguistic divergence is widest in technical fields such as medicine and law.
said the divergence of policies might hurt smaller markets.
Divergence soils in geotechnical engineering are among the most problematic soils and monuments as one of the causes of soil degradation are the hydraulic structures - dirt and water channels have been the source of many injuries [8].
Once a divergence develops, it is important to monitor the following.
Two points of divergence out of a total of ten remain to be examined.
Martin Beck, a UK economist at Capital Economics, said: "A striking divergence between the provision of credit to households and firms persists.