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When they all ranged out from the narrow track upon the open slope of the heath, and this order was maintained, let him diverge as he would to either side, there was no longer room to doubt that he was beset by these fellows.
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.
The result is a more efficient and cost-effective PR strategy that diverges from the norm.
The book has--in this reviewer's opinion--three weaknesses: One: At times, Callahan diverges from the crux of the topic through considerable efforts to contextualize his major points.
The government-directed, Manhattan Project-style program diverges from the historic pattern of technological breakthroughs.
387), I puzzled over the statement that "domestication diverges from a standard model of evolution.
In World on Fire (Doubleday), Amy Chua, professor of law at Yale, diverges from the apostles of globalization, who reaffirm that exporting the free market model will increase peace and prosperity around the world.
However, as the number of cartridges per tape drive ratio increases, as is the case with an automated library, the cost per megabyte of tape storage diverges quickly from disk and can be as little as 1/20th the cost per megabyte of disk.
Thus, despite common training programs and audit decision tools, it appears EDP auditors' strategic outlook diverges from that of financial auditors.