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redirect

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distract

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to change the direction or course of

to persuade (a person) not to do something

to occupy in an agreeable or pleasing way

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send on a course or in a direction different from the planned or intended one

occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion

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withdraw (money) and move into a different location, often secretly and with dishonest intentions

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Dubai: An Etihad Airways pilot passed away while operating a flight from Abu Dhabi to Amsterdam, leading the carrier to divert its path and make an emergency landing in Kuwait.
A Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board spokeswoman said it had to divert patients because the hospital had experienced "signifi-cant pressure" in A&e.
These include setting escalation figures which must be met before hospitals can divert patients to other units.
BFI officials reportedly are willing to let Los Angeles divert less than 600 tons.
State mandates require California cities to divert a minimum of 50 percent or face heavy fines.
Instead, the adoption of those generic spending bills for health and human services, education, and housing has posed an opportunity for a handful of influential congressmen and senators to divert this money for their own specific "earmarked" projects.
The Court held that the taxpayer was required to include the bond interest in income, stating, "he, who owns or controls the source of the income, also controls the disposition of that which he could have received himself and diverts the payment from himself to others as the means of procuring the satisfaction of his wants.
Instead, EPA staff is to go back and reevaluate its programs to try to identify efforts that can be slowed down or suspended while the EPA diverts resources to the aftermath of the terrorist attacks.
It offers many advantages previously possible only with combinations of equipment: it feeds and diverts solids with a single mechanism; it has a greatly reduced height compared to a standard rotary valve and diverter; and its tapered rotor allows the rotor gap to be adjusted in the field.
Conveyor lines may also contain start and stop gates and diverts.
It diverts positively from either left- or right-hand sides with pneumatic or electric switches.
527-5(a)(1) provides that if the sponsor of a political organization diverts exempt function income for its benefit, the amount diverted is gross income to the sponsor.
The diverts, or small berms, are designed to diminish erosion during the coming rainy months.
With its SecureWatch software module enabled, the AppSwitch diverts harmful or suspicious traffic to ManTrap(TM), a fully functioning deception host from Recourse.