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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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Consequently, it is best for a firm to configure its alliance portfolio divergently to avoid being contested by the formed alliance--coopetition (e.
Genetic parameters and trends for birth weight, birth coat score and weaning weight in Merino lines divergently selected for ewe multiple rearing ability.
9) Such agreements are a form of partial settlement that Prescott, Spier, and Yoon's model shows can limit the risk of outlier awards that might otherwise occur when litigants are divergently optimistic about their trial prospects.
And that it's blossoming so divergently just paces away from another, is a remarkable testament to nature that knows just how to hold together its contrasts.
These multistranded, divergently evolving creations were Nolan's material analogues for the growths and gaps in human knowledge.
26) Not only does Daschuk reveal the horrifying repercussions of "virgin soil epidemics," but he also elaborates how First Nations peoples encountered these pandemics divergently, depending on their unique social structures and participation within the European fur trade economy.
Effect of dietary restriction on immune response of laboratory mice divergently selected for basal metabolic rate.
Be open to taking part in learning activities, risk it, think divergently, etc.
agr RNAIII divergently regulates glucose-induced biofilm formation in clinical isolates of Staphylococcus aureus.
If you can combine that ability to think convergently and divergently, you have the way of the future.
Although male gonopods evolve rapidly and divergently (Song & Bucheli 2010), speciation may be unaccompanied by change in gonopod morphology.
However, according to the responses of various variables of the model, one unit of shocks in each variable for the logarithm of the rural poverty tends to be constant and in most cases it has been increasing divergently (Graph(2)).