Examples of divergence in a Sentence
a growing divergence of opinion about that U.S. president's place in history
any divergence from the community's strict moral code was met with social ostracism
Recent Examples of divergence from the Web
The researchers suggest that this divergence could reflects an early wave of intermingling between humans and Neanderthals.
But there was little divergence apparent between the two leaders on the issue of North Korea.
An analysis of DNA from feather samples of the new Amazona suggests that the bird's origin dates to 119,000 years ago, a relatively recent divergence.
Equally, divergence in interests on the EU side cannot be ignored.
Last week, Politico reported that Rubio invited colleagues to meet with him and Ivanka to discuss the issue, despite the divergences in their proposals.
There is clear divergence between Latinos and non-Latinos on the importance of a national leader for the U.S. Hispanic community.
Scotland’s nationalist government hopes to capitalize on this divergence to sell the idea of it as an independent country within the 28-nation bloc.
The divergence in flows, the widest since April 2015, marked a turnaround from last year, when almost $10 went for American equities for every one that went elsewhere.
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Medical Definition of divergence
1a: a drawing apartb: the acquisition of dissimilar characters by related organisms under the influence of unlike environments
2: dissemination of the effect of activity of a single nerve cell through multiple synaptic connections—compare convergence 4
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