Diverge′ment; Diverg′ence, Diverg′ency, a tendency to recede from one point.
See further the same author's article "Embryology" in the ency.
M. Lamarck is, I think, mistaken in the synonyms of this shell, which is represented in the ency.
An excellent brief sketch of the life of Columbus is in ency.
Coher′ence, a sticking together: a consistent connection between several parts: congruity; Coher′ency.
He wrote on Persia and Phoenicia in the 9th edition of the ency.
Fuller bibliographical information will be found in the works already mentioned, in the articles in the ency.
Professor N. Schmidt has gone further into the character of this sympathetic prophet, ency.
(partly retained here), is revised and supplemented by E. Kautzsch in the ency.
There is a various reading κάμιλος (cable) for κάμηλος (camel), but Cheyne, in the ency.