16 April 2004 Regional rifts dog the UK economy, as divergent trends lead to a patchy upturn, the BCC found.Times, Sunday Times (2004)
He said the talks had stalled in December after there were ` divergent opinions and beliefs about fine print issues".Misc (1999)
He told a packed chamber:'We continue to seek consensus around compromise between a multitude of divergent views.Glasgow Herald (2002)
Its stories are drawn from numerous and widely divergent local traditions.Yeats, Folklore, and Occultism: Contexts of the Early Work and Thought.
The divergent tracks of the three bank group stocks suggest the market thinks this deal is done.The Australian (2004)
The ideal male and female silhouettes, once naturally, even exaggeratedly divergent , are now virtually interchangeable.An Older Woman
This trend branched off into similar, but divergent directions.Business Today (1999)