Example sentences for: divergences

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  • The FT also said that "big divergences over agriculture and implementation of existing agreements finally scuppered all chances of accord on a draft text, which would only have laid out a set of choices for ministers to make on the scope and objectives of the negotiations."

  • (If any male vocalist is looking for an equally adroit album title encompassing both cigarettes and sexuality, may I suggest, at least for those versed in the divergences of British and American slang, Fag .) Incidentally, Wilde, in The Picture of Dorian Gray , writes, "A cigarette is the perfect type of a perfect pleasure.

  • Instead, multiple calibrations were used from older divergences among kingdoms (plants, animals, fungi) and animal phyla, derived from analysis of 75 nuclear proteins calibrated with the vertebrate fossil record [ 38 ] . This two-step calibration reduced the error involved in extrapolation.

  • For example, a recent mtDNA analysis of North American birds (Johnson and Cicero 2004) showed that numerous avian species have low divergences and that speciation can occur relatively rapidly under certain circumstances.

  • For 39 pairs of avian sister species, mtDNA sequence divergences ranged from 0.0% to 8.2%, with an average of 1.9% (cf.


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