diverge


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It was a good afternoon's tramp to Niles, passing through the town of Haywards; yet Saxon and Billy found time to diverge from the main county road and take the parallel roads through acres of intense cultivation where the land was farmed to the wheel-tracks.
My travelling instructions directed me to go to Carlisle, and then to diverge by a branch railway which ran in the direction of the coast.
I should commence, sir, with a tribute to the lady's beauty and excellent qualities; from them, Sir, I should diverge to my own unworthiness.
Also, the less mobility a species has, the more likely it will diverge as well.
But even English can diverge quickly; the Australian dialect emerged in a few generations.
Users of diverge tooling usually experience less parison "curtaining"--vertical fold-overs--than those running converge tools.
Boundless Network worked with Diverge Communications to create an online identity for the company.
With the benefit of extensive archival and field research, Professor Bytwerk reveals that inevitably propagandists come to believe their own distortions while the recipients of their work grown increasingly cynical as the ideologically driven announcements diverge from real world experience and observation.