In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- This leaves room for a divergence between our beliefs and the truth.
- The ALP no longer contains a real divergence of views.
- The jury is out on gold, and I have seldom seen such a divergence of opinion - if you cut out the World Gold Council, that is.
- This line ignores the fundamental divergences between US and Indian interests.
- There I encountered a marked divergence of views.
- This divergence of interests is manageable, but it is also fundamental.
- Doubts about recession and the model lineup have produced a divergence in investor opinion over BMW.
- Some people reading these stories say: ‘Oh, if there's a divergence of medical opinion on this, we better be careful.’
- This divergence of view is neither surprising nor unusual.
- Your Honour, but quite clearly, there is, in fact, a divergence of recent view.
- There is a clear divergence of view as to how Mrs LM came to sign this document.
- There are already signs of significant divergences of view here, notably between the US and UK themselves.
- There are strong divergences of views amongst psychiatrists on these issues.
- In any relationship there is a divergence of opinion, a variety of vested interests, different beliefs and values.
- The same is true for sharp divergences of viewpoints within and across nations.
- To cause an unnecessary divergence of public opinion is the most abnormal way to run the administration.
- These sections illustrate the historical and spatial divergences and convergences between the two Gujarati villages.
- This divergence of views highlights the difficulties entailed in prevention and intervention, notably in the legal field.
- The divergence of views suggests a marked lack of consensus at the Bar on how complaints of this nature should be dealt with.
- His curiosity about cultural divergences within countries and regions, for example, is admirable.
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- It will be up to the leader of the Church's 38 autonomous provinces to ‘accommodate those divergences.’
- The Isler-Brumfield papers provide yet another window into the processes that influence divergence.
- Another controversial subject with respect to time estimates is that of divergence times for higher primates.
- As the generation time increases, the evolutionary rate slows and divergence stabilizes.
- Sequence divergence in the coding region shows a departure from clock-like evolution.
- The book is filled with countless examples of companies that tried convergence instead of divergence, and were unsuccessful.
- The evolutionary process of this divergence, however, is not well understood.
- The result was greater economic divergence, and inflation rates in particular moved wider apart.
- Furthermore, there is often a degree of functional divergence between the X- and Y-linked genes.
- In contrast, the synchronic approach would provide estimation of the rate of divergence between populations.
- Next, all divergence times and substitution rates were found by maximum likelihood.
- The interspecific divergences were calculated using only the seven taxa from which all three gene sequences had been obtained.
- The rates of divergence that were simulated are within the range observed in the analyzed data of the 12 families studied.
- Furthermore, functional and structural divergence might, in some cases, precede rather than follow gene duplication.
- An extreme divergence in venom evolution can extend even to the secondary loss of toxins.
- In contrast, divergence between closely related species is not affected by recombination.
- Personally, I think that the two pendulums, convergence and divergence will continue to swing.
- This observation is indicative of a rapid rate of divergence.
- This model should prove useful for estimating divergence times when substitution rates vary across lineages.
- However, this may be an underestimate if positive selection has increased the rate of amino acid divergence.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.