But, with this diversion forgiven, what remains is a masterful modern condition-of-England novel that is as dark as it is funny.
Thanks also for the diversion you provided three years ago, at a time when the nation needed a laugh.
So perhaps an early VP decision and diversion is in the mix.
“diversion is one of the key ways prescription meds get out there for illegal use,” continues Halpern.
Only then did most of those present hear about the diversion.
This occupation, under the circumstances, supplied every kind of diversion.
The diversion occurred at the moment of the lion's greatest tension.
And he calculated somewhat on the diversion he would find in building a home for the woman he so dearly loved.
At the moment of the diversion, every one of them had gone for his sun-tube.
The first diversion she sought was really an effort of her grief to renew itself by a little repose.
early 15c., "diverse condition;" c.1600 "act of diverting," from Middle French diversion, from Late Latin diversionem (nominative diversio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin divertere (see divert).
Sense of "amusement, entertainment" is first recorded 1640s. Hence, divertimento (1823), from the Italian form; originally "a musical composition designed primarily for entertainment."