On their part they saw a great difference in him, a growing divergence
from the Angel Clare of former times.
As if the homeless soul of Stevie had flown for shelter straight to the breast of his sister, guardian and protector, the resemblance of her face with that of her brother grew at every step, even to the droop of the lower lip, even to the slight divergence
of the eyes.
The captain's reflections were not complicated by any unnecessary divergences
from the contemplation of his own position to the contemplation of Magdalen's.
The major theme in this story about democratic Sudan under al-Mahdi is the lack of coherence of government and the problem of political divergence
and fragmentation caused by alliances between tribes, religious orders, political factions, parties and the military with outside states and movements.
One aspect of this poll was that there was no great divergence
between the views of people in the younger age-groups (18-34 years) and other sections of the population.
Notice the divergence
of the particle number curves beyond 70 sieve.
And assuming the elite-everyman Korean divergence
is correct, what does this really tell us?
The panel will also look into reasons for high divergence
in Non-Performing Asset (NPA) classification and provisioning by banks.
5bn in divergence
, while ICICI Bank Ltd refused to comment.
Let's turn it to "no divergence
in the UK's devolutionary settlement".
Although this divergence
is puzzling in light of standard economic theory, it can be explained by credit market imperfections that raise the cost of capital and depress aggregate investment.
The book relates the issues of globalization to another large debate in economic history regarding the rise in economic inequality between western Europe and the rest of the world known as the Great Divergence