We have proved that the iterative power series is always composed of a sum of the typical power series of the function and a complementary series that cancels the divergency
. The method is divided into two schemes where in the first we find a convergent power series for a given function and in the second we solve a given nonlinear differential equation.
general international law: there must be a divergency
of views between
After nearly 30 years, Leonard Spacek's concerns pertaining to the "divergency
" in railroad accounting principles could be put to rest.
These different meanings are delineated in David Rosen's perceptive essay on "Israel-Vatican Relations since the Signing of the Fundamental Agreement and International Law." Rosen speaks of a "divergency
in perception of the primary purpose of the accord" (168).
of the rhythmic tendencies in the dialectal varieties of Erzya.
[as described by] Darwin's continual tendency to divergency
Rose, NBER and University of California, Berkeley, "Fiscal Divergency
and Business Cycle Synchronization: Irresponsibility is Idiosyncratic"
When the time of the other undergoes the process of totalization, the diachrony, or the "dephasing of the instant" is absorbed within "the recuperation of the divergency
by retention [and] shows itself as a continuous and indefinite time in memory and in history" (Levinas, Otherwise, 162).
It doesn't mean either company is right or wrong; it's just a divergency
The member must not use the cloak of confidentiality to shield himself or his work from a proper investigation by Institute committees charged with the task of inquiring into the causes of divergency
or allegations of improper or incompetent appraisal practice.