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di·ver·gent

(dī-vĕr'jent),
Moving in different directions; radiating.

di·ver·gent

(di-vĕr'jĕnt)
Moving in different directions; radiating.

divergent

(dī-vĕr′jĕnt)
Radiating in different directions.
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However, the potential value creation will not be at the optimal level when alliance portfolio activities mostly configure divergently, since a firm needs sometime to understand every aspect of an alliance portfolio that is different from their competencies.
Both issues have been operating divergently although they are inter-related.
It is through interesting activities that involve students' own responses, even when wrong, that become benefical activities that foster the students abilities to think divergently and critically.
For a bunch of divergently opinionated people, NCEW members can be downright friendly to each other.
We owe it to our pupils to read a wider range of genres--fiction and non-fiction--and to get them writing more divergently too.
A hard-to-achieve virtue, jointness is a centripetal force that opposes the centrifugal tendency of the military services to think and act divergently.
This notion of equity is grounded in the concept of social justice, which represents a belief that there are some things which people should have, that there are basic needs that should be fulfilled, that burdens and rewards should not be spread too divergently across the community, and that policy should be directed with impartiality, fairness and justice towards these ends.
72) Both speak the language of neoclassical economics and, although they divergently realign some of its basic assumptions, they derive similar, "progressive" conclusions.
Two very much contrasted additional recent publications both concern themselves, however divergently, with the issue of "shape" as part of Hopkins' work.
Project work requires the use of all the thinking processes included in the TIEL model that include researching (Cognition), making connections (Memory), and producing both convergently and divergently (Convergent Production and Divergent Production).
Synthesis: Creatively or divergently applying prior knowledge and skills to produce something new.
In these experiments, two intermeshing screws rotate divergently, and thus the ultrasound probe moving direction (Fig.