Any deviation from the status quo risks shifting the spotlight onto the moderator, notes Louden.
“Costa ordered the deviation even before the Concordia left the port in Civitavecchia,” he said.
“The people of Egypt are against this deviation being carried out by the leaders of the army,” he added.
And if you feel that way then you will look at every deviation as betrayal of fate, calling, etc.
Palestinian Muslims, for their part, are extremely wary of any deviation from the status quo.
The sharp ridge in the center provides for a deviation of the water jet as it flows on the bucket.
We cannot help remarking the danger of the least deviation from the path of rectitude.
We have seen that it produces no deviation or error in direction.
Confound it, I can make allowance, sir, if you'll tell me your deviation!
Another reason must be found for his deviation from his rival, the poet, who has expressed it with the happiest results.
deviation de·vi·a·tion (dē'vē-ā'shən)
A turning away or aside from a normal course.
Deviant behavior or attitudes.
The difference, especially the absolute difference, between one number in a set and the mean of the set.