divergent


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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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Later, while studying at Northwestern University, she famously wrote the first draft of "Divergent" during her winter break.
Media renditions of both Divergent and The Hunger Games emphasize such visual displays, presenting young people in often severe physical distress.
Convergent overlapping genes, Divergent overlapping genes, Embedded overlapping genes.
Divergent says its hardware/software technology can automate structural design and enable manufacturers to essentially print customized vehicle bodies.
Divergent 3D harnesses the power of 3D printing to unleash innovation in automotive manufacturing.
[USA], Sep 7 ( ANI ): Turns out, enhancing divergent creativity is as easy as listening to happy music.
Last year, "Ascendant" did not make it to the big screen due to the disappointing box office results of the third "Divergent" movie. The third installment, "Allegiant," opened with only $29 million in March last year.
(29, 30) As mentioned, an increasing body of research around divergent thinking proposes an interest in the cognitive basis of creative thought.
Nozzles 1 and 2 are different in throat diameter, while nozzles 2, 3, and 4 have different divergent part lengths but the same convergent part, throat diameter and divergent angle (1 degree full divergent angle).
Simply put: If you liked 'Divergent' you'll like this.
Urban's [29] component model of creativity views the creative process as containing six components: (1) divergent thinking and acting; (2) general knowledge and base for thinking; (3) specific knowledge base and specific skills; (4) focus and task commitment; (5) motivation and motives; and (6) openness to and tolerance of ambiguity.