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# the divergence in a sentence

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**The divergence** of giraffe and okapi lineages dates to around 11.5 mya.

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Genome duplication occurred prior to **the divergence** of this taxon.

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**The divergence** is estimated to have occurred about 12 million years ago.

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specifically, it is the Hessian of **the divergence**.

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that is, when **the divergence** (the bar graph) changes sign.

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**The divergence** of a tensor is: which is a vector field.

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which is a generalization of **the divergence** theorem.

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This resulted in **the divergence** of amniotes from amphibians.

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Additionally, **the divergence** of the eyes leads to horizontal diplopia.

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From **the Divergence** theorem this can be written.

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The state, as civil authority, had not to observe **the divergence**;

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A Salishan myth tells how an argument led to **the divergence** of languages.

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We have then many indications of **the divergence** from Rome;

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Comparison with **the divergence** theorem of vector calculus suggests.

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**The divergence** causes air to rush out from the top of the air column.

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**the divergence** of the light source multiplied by the distance.

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Using the formula for **the divergence** of a dyad, we then have.

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By **the divergence**-free assumption,
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These forms are equivalent due to **the divergence** theorem.

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: R → R. **The divergence** operator δ

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**The divergence** was implemented by using different sockets;

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The relationship did not survive **the divergence** of their careers.

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**The divergence** of giraffe and okapi lineages dates to around 11.5 mya.

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This would explain **the divergence** of the Fragmentum and the AL in 786.

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**The divergence** is expected;

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Aynho Junction was **the divergence** of the Bicester cut-off, below.

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**The divergence** in policy was intolerable.

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So, what does **the divergence** theorem say?

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That is Green for flux and that is **the divergence** theorem.

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At that part is actually math, namely, **the divergence** theorem.

# Some Words

- the three groups
- the Paleozoic
- early Mesozoic
- the supercontinent Pangaea
- their divergence
- The briefness
- the swiftness
- primitive amphibian fossils
- large gaps
- a missing link
- Molecular analysis
- the frog–salamander divergence
- the palaeontological evidence
- Newer research
- all Lissamphibians
- the closest relatives
- lunged fish
- certain adaptations
- new means
- the sideways thrusts
- their tails
- quite different mechanisms
- Their vertebral columns
- limb girdles
- Terrestrial adults
- their lateral line systems
- their sensory systems
- new methods
- their body heat
- ambient temperature
- a terrestrial environment
- Their skins
- harmful ultraviolet rays
- excessive water loss
- The superclass Tetrapoda
- four classes
- vertebrate animals
- four limbs
- the eggs
- the female