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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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On their part they saw a great difference in him, a growing divergence from the Angel Clare of former times.
But her face was a larger and freer copy, and her mouth in especial a happy divergence from that conservative orifice, a little pair of lips at once plump and pinched, that looked, when closed, as if they could not open wider than to swallow a gooseberry or to emit an "Oh, dear, no
As if the homeless soul of Stevie had flown for shelter straight to the breast of his sister, guardian and protector, the resemblance of her face with that of her brother grew at every step, even to the droop of the lower lip, even to the slight divergence of the eyes.
1997, Divergences measures between populations : applications in the exponential family, Communications in Statistics (Theory and Methods), 25, pp.
In an article in Le Monde (23 November), Henri Tincq, an expert on religious issues, divides those who answer this question into three categories: the die-hards, who think that dialogue is impossible, that the divergences are too great and that it cannot lead anywhere; the sceptics, who have tried dialogue and been discouraged; and the artless, who believe that dialogue will enable us to evolve together and overcome our divergences.
Converging Divergences is a carefully researched and well-argued book.
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.
What potential divergences exist in member countries?
Use of a divergence rate as high as 20%/million yr still places these divergences within the timeframe of the Pleistocene glaciations.
This book provides collations, in tabular form, of the divergences between the extant Hebrew and Syriac texts throughout the book of Daniel.
Shapiro, said the analysis of genetic divergences ``cast doubt on the prevailing notion'' that all the major animal groups, or phyla, ``diverged explosively during the Cambrian or late Vendian, and instead suggest that there was an extended period of divergence,'' beginning about a billion years ago.
This is an important provision, since there can be significant divergences, particularly for smaller foreign controlled participants; these will not give the IRS a general power to adjust unless all the foreign participants as one unit have a significant divergence above 20%.
Discover why this expert is seeing bearish and bullish divergences and learn about Barrick (NYSE:ABX), Agnico Eagle (NYSE:AEM), Glamis (NYSE:GLG), Meridian Gold (NYSE:MDG) and Placer Dome (NYSE:PDG).
Les divergences d'opinion entre les differents partis politiques concernant un certain nombre d'articles relatifs a cette loi continuent de faire polemique au Bardo.
Selon le site Bawsala ', les deputes d'Al Jomhouri ont officiellement demissionne suite aux nombreuses divergences dans le groupe.