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The report authors wrote that the diversion program has faced challenges.

Cats, on other hand, have nothing to learn from philosophy because they have no need for diversion.

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Living surrounded by working farms has served up diversion and an ideal spot for socially distanced visits.

The diversions I had brought — a book, surfing my phone, journaling — were less appealing, and I tried going to the cafe car for a change of perspective.

It also rolled out a new diversion program late last year that allows homeless San Diegans facing a ticket or an arrest to avoid prosecution and fines if they agree to stay in one of the nonprofit’s shelters for 30 days.

Some see it as a diversion from the main political objectives of calling for direct elections.

Only then did most of those present hear about the diversion.

Also attending was Regan, who told investigators the president had been “crestfallen” at hearing about the diversion.

The NSPG meeting defined the official line on the HAWK deal, but it did not address the funding diversion.

The public health implications of diversion have probably only begun to be elucidated.

It may be that the expedition was intended first to operate as a diversion, and then to join Bruce himself in Nithsdale.

Drafted also a long cable discussing a diversion on the Asiatic shore of the Dardanelles.

When a point needed expounding, a horseback ride into Rosewater was not an unwelcome diversion.

You have allowed yourself a little diversion at our expense; very fine, indeed, Herr Captain Worse.

If one used water even to supply his cattle, it would be a diversion, yet such a use ordinarily is lawful.

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On this page you'll find 89 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to diversion, such as: aberration, departure, detour, deviation, alteration, and deflection.

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