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See Spanish definition of divergencia
- In any relationship there is a divergence of opinion, a variety of vested interests, different beliefs and values.
- This divergence of interests is manageable, but it is also fundamental.
- Some people reading these stories say: ‘Oh, if there's a divergence of medical opinion on this, we better be careful.’
- The jury is out on gold, and I have seldom seen such a divergence of opinion - if you cut out the World Gold Council, that is.
- To cause an unnecessary divergence of public opinion is the most abnormal way to run the administration.
- Doubts about recession and the model lineup have produced a divergence in investor opinion over BMW.
- There I encountered a marked divergence of views.
- These sections illustrate the historical and spatial divergences and convergences between the two Gujarati villages.
- There are strong divergences of views amongst psychiatrists on these issues.
- His curiosity about cultural divergences within countries and regions, for example, is admirable.
- The divergence of views suggests a marked lack of consensus at the Bar on how complaints of this nature should be dealt with.
- There are already signs of significant divergences of view here, notably between the US and UK themselves.
- The ALP no longer contains a real divergence of views.
- Your Honour, but quite clearly, there is, in fact, a divergence of recent view.
- This leaves room for a divergence between our beliefs and the truth.
- There is a clear divergence of view as to how Mrs LM came to sign this document.
- This divergence of views highlights the difficulties entailed in prevention and intervention, notably in the legal field.
- This divergence of view is neither surprising nor unusual.
- The same is true for sharp divergences of viewpoints within and across nations.
2(drawing apart)separación femininedivergencia feminine
- The Isler-Brumfield papers provide yet another window into the processes that influence divergence.
- The evolutionary process of this divergence, however, is not well understood.
- Personally, I think that the two pendulums, convergence and divergence will continue to swing.
- Another controversial subject with respect to time estimates is that of divergence times for higher primates.
- Furthermore, functional and structural divergence might, in some cases, precede rather than follow gene duplication.
- Furthermore, there is often a degree of functional divergence between the X- and Y-linked genes.
- In contrast, divergence between closely related species is not affected by recombination.
- The book is filled with countless examples of companies that tried convergence instead of divergence, and were unsuccessful.
- The rates of divergence that were simulated are within the range observed in the analyzed data of the 12 families studied.
- This observation is indicative of a rapid rate of divergence.
- In contrast, the synchronic approach would provide estimation of the rate of divergence between populations.
- This model should prove useful for estimating divergence times when substitution rates vary across lineages.
- However, this may be an underestimate if positive selection has increased the rate of amino acid divergence.
- As the generation time increases, the evolutionary rate slows and divergence stabilizes.
- Next, all divergence times and substitution rates were found by maximum likelihood.
- The result was greater economic divergence, and inflation rates in particular moved wider apart.
- It will be up to the leader of the Church's 38 autonomous provinces to ‘accommodate those divergences.’
- An extreme divergence in venom evolution can extend even to the secondary loss of toxins.
- The interspecific divergences were calculated using only the seven taxa from which all three gene sequences had been obtained.
- Sequence divergence in the coding region shows a departure from clock-like evolution.
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