[ dee-vee-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF deviations
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All the other six motions were taken away from him, and he was made not to partake of their deviations.

We talk of deviations from natural life, as if artificial life were not also natural.

Let us now see what conditions lead to deviations from this age in our climate.

If they want story they may complain of slackness and deviations.

This is the general standard, but there are deviations from it.

Association does not explain reasoning, only the deviations from reasoning.

His deviations en route were nothing to them, and small account to himself.

But the deviations from the Biblical narratives are very marked.

I verily believed that rhyme had betrayed Pope into his deviations.

It is probable that we made some deviations from what is now the known route.