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  • noun Plural form of divergence.

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Examples

  • Understanding such divergences is important to scientific psychology.

    Broad Cast for 11 August 2007

  • Universal applicability, or at least the promised transcription of all the sounds and letters of the Asiatic languages within the structures of a singular notation system, constituted one of Gilchrist’s more pronounced divergences from the philological work associated with Jones, and it formed the basis for his final public appeals for patronage.

    A Teleology of Letters; or, From a

  • The former is in general half the latter, but the divergences from the rule are due to irregularities in the distribution of the atomic weight amongst the elements, the charge of the nucleus being the factor that determines the chemical attributes of the atom.

    Nobel Prize in Physics 1917 - Presentation

  • There have indeed been divergences from the British pattern, characteristically Canadian.

    Some Aspects of the Public Service

  • But while such aid could stave off debt crises in the near term, it would not remove the big, long-term divergences in economic performance that make life difficult for the weaker members of the euro zone.

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  • But while such aid could stave off debt crises in the near term, it would not remove the big, long-term divergences in economic performance that make life difficult for the weaker members of the euro zone.

    Moneycontrol Top Headlines

  • It is technē which is significant in both philosophies, insofar as they treat “creativity in art,” and the divergences are the clearer if we attend first to the different sources upon which Plato and

    CREATIVITY IN ART

  • The so-called divergences will be examined at a few points to show the untenable nature of the critical claims.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • Any unprejudiced person can readily see that the so-called divergences are merely two sides of one and the same story, supplementing without contradiction.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • When Kant suggests that there must be contention, then, he foregrounds the falseness of empiricist assumptions about taste: "divergences" from the common standard are not merely anomalous; they cannot simply be disregarded.

    Contention and Contestation: Aesthetic Culture in Kant and Bourdieu

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