This divergence from male conventionality stretches even further, judging from the names on the Elite list.
This divergence has an impact on other measurements of social health.
Reading Eat, Pray, Love, I kept asking myself what accounted for this divergence in perspective.
And this divergence is taking place even as defense spending is being cut due to the sequester.
Tris refuses to conform to societal conventions, both in terms of her divergence and her sexuality.
The comment indicates the point of divergence and yet shows curiously the ground common to both.
They had arrived by an oft-trodden path to an ancient point of divergence.
A lens of short focus, transmitting a cone of light with an angle of divergence for its rays, c c, of 45.
Just for one brief moment he contemplated a divergence from his course.
Until the meeting of 1906 there was no divergence of sentiment among Congress-wallahs.
divergence di·ver·gence (dĭ-vûr'jəns, dī-)
A moving or spreading apart in different directions from a common point.
The degree by which things deviate or spread apart.
A turning of both eyes outward from a common point or of one eye when the other is fixed.
The spreading of branches of the neuron to form synapses with several other neurons.
The evolutionary process by which organisms descended from a common ancestor tend to acquire different forms when living under different conditions.