Thesaurus / divergently


The story of assimilation or divergent views and experiences among immigrant families is much tougher to tell and to sell, but they are now more important than ever.

Aducanumab’s ability to treat Alzheimer’s “cannot be proven by clinical trials with divergent outcomes,” researchers wrote in a perspective article published November 1 in Alzheimer’s & Dementia.

For the umpteenth time this year, the parties will join together in pillorying tech companies—this time, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube-owner Google—with equal fervor but divergent reasoning.

Until recently, the two candidates have run divergent campaigns, with Marshall doing traditional meet-and-greets with voters and Bollier running a virtual race.

The drastically divergent views come as the economy is showing new signs of strain and the coronavirus is beginning to spread rapidly again through numerous corners of the United States.

In the process, Lee offers a divergent model for a travel memoir, in which the land is the lead character in the work, itself an ancestor that she longs to know.

Aspirin really has nothing to do with the pig pheromone I talk about on this week’s episode, but they’re both excellent examples of how a single molecule can play vastly divergent roles in different scenarios.

There are divergent views about just how many infections are needed before herd immunity is achieved, but estimates have generally trended upward, given the coronavirus’s transmissibility, to as much as 65 to 70 percent.

Since voters tend to assume that partisans vote like their parties, voters are often unable to perceive moderate senators’ divergent policy positions.

The region especially divergent between people was Broca’s region, which is traditionally linked to speech production.

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