- n. Plural form of deviation.
“The court ruled that the Clean Water Act does not permit the use of cost-benefit analysis in setting these standards or in allowing deviations from the standards.”
“It seems to me that deviations from a free-market ideal don't really need to be explained in this way.”
“I posted on Peer to Peer about yesterday's ruling that the aforementioned ppt show is broadly correct, so can be shown in UK school science lessons so long as nine deviations from the scientific consensus (aka the aforementioned IPCC) are pointed out to the students.”
“In spite of all of these deviations from the ideal of perfect competition, Powell favors reducing the weight of the hand of government.”
“While the centaurs of southwestern Rokhal do have deviations from the calendars noted here, they do not make major changes and still use the primary timekeeping methods under Aureckoning.”
“There are lots of papers on this topic and the consensus is that deviations from the PIH are substantial for non wealthy households.”
“Policies and Standards: Through land development regulation, preserve viable residential neighborhoods by promoting sensitive infill development following existing lot patterns and the existing zoning in order to avoid excessively high densities and minimize excessive residential lot size deviations from the existing neighborhood pattern of 80 x 100 foot lots.”
“If any data point lies farther than three standard deviations from the mean, it is considered an outlier and problematic.”
“While Dahl is the sole credited screenwriter, it was actually re-written by David Selznik, who apparently was responsible for most of the deviations from the novel.”
“The 33.9 standard deviations is how far the difference in pass rates of whites and blacks is from that predicted by the hypothesis of equality of the populations means.”
Looking for tweets for deviations.