Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The state of being divergent.
  • noun A divergence or deviation.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being divergent, or of having diverged. Also rarely devergency.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun uncountable The state of being divergent
  • noun countable divergence

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun an infinite series that has no limit
  • noun the act of moving away in different direction from a common point

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Examples

  • The long-term divergency in forecasts for the Asian-Pacific markets might surprise you.

    Elliott Wave International NewsWire

  • The long-term divergency in forecasts for the Asian-Pacific markets might surprise you.

    Elliott Wave International NewsWire

  • The long-term divergency in forecasts for the Asian-Pacific markets might surprise you.

    Elliott Wave International NewsWire

  • As are completely blatant demagogy the German responses to divergency critics: the South must make themselves more competitive.

    The Economic Consequences of Mr. Hugh | afoe | A Fistful of Euros | European Opinion

  • First by showing that the diergency is an issue not for the complete set of time series of Esper et al, but only for the northern ones, as also Briffa said in 1998, then showing that during medieval times this difference or divergency between mid and high latitude series does not appear.

    M&M at the NAS Panel « Climate Audit

  • To repeat, only the high lat. series of Cook et al. show divergency in last 50 years, hence a number do not, and show a good fit to temperature.

    M&M at the NAS Panel « Climate Audit

  • Since many people here are alien to the scientific litterature on the topics they discuss, i would like to draw the attention to a paper published by Cook et al. in QSR 2004, I am sure it has been audited here before, but the audit seems to have failed to notice the fact that the paper speeks directly to the “divergency” issue.

    Cook et al[2004]: More Cargo Cult? « Climate Audit

  • Since many people here are alien to the scientific litterature on the topics they discuss, i would like to draw the attention to a paper published by Cook et al. in QSR 2004, I am sure it has been audited here before, but the audit seems to have failed to notice the fact that the paper speeks directly to the “divergency” issue.

    M&M at the NAS Panel « Climate Audit

  • First by showing that the diergency is an issue not for the complete set of time series of Esper et al, but only for the northern ones, as also Briffa said in 1998, then showing that during medieval times this difference or divergency between mid and high latitude series does not appear.

    Cook et al[2004]: More Cargo Cult? « Climate Audit

  • Anyway the most likely cause of divergency is aerial fertilization or some other human cause and who would have expected that in medieval times?

    M&M at the NAS Panel « Climate Audit

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