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On Wednesday, he insisted that Congress had deviated from the comity demanded by the public.
The more you deviate, the theory suggests, the more you’ll be loading joint areas and tendons and other structures that aren’t used to it.
You can compare the angles measured during the half-squat to the angles measured during running, and calculate a number that tells you how far your running motion deviates from your habitual motion path.
Then 2020 happened, and like every other media entity, the organization has had to adapt and deviate from its planned strategy.
A judge could deviate only if “extraordinary circumstances exist such that imposition of a mandatory minimum term would be a serious injustice,” the law says.
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He kept on grimly, however, never deviating from his perspective, which was the swampy ground on the outer curve of the bend.
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Nor are you deviating from Christian charity in not overlooking a dereliction of so material a sort.
Others of the Galatians perhaps saw no harm in deviating a trifle from the doctrine of justification and faith.
Fingers are not counted further off than a metre with visual axis deviating inwards.
Even with red glass and prisms deviating in a vertical direction, double images not perceived.

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