The larger problem though is the deflection of the real story in STDs.
The alternative to sober, constructive constitutional action is denial, deflection, and death.
Over the past couple of years, as the new reality has settled in, there was a great deal of denial and deflection.
Moreover, the amount of deflection will be directly proportional to the strength of the current.
The deflection of the centers at the crown was a maximum of 3¼ ins.
No continuance of the battery current caused any deflection of the galvanometer-needle.
I adjusted my coat controls for warmth and deflection, but that was the best I could do.
The deflection will take place from the modified zero to which the spot returns during recovery.
And they owe their deflection to the presence of large continents.
Certain it was that she was failing to respond to the deflection of the horizontal diving-rudders.
also (and with more etymological propriety) deflexion, c.1600, from Latin deflexionem, noun of action from past participle stem of deflectere (see deflect). Both forms were present 17c., but the spelling with -c- has come to predominate.
deflection de·flec·tion (dĭ-flěk'shən)
A turning aside or deviation.
The deviation of an indicator in a measuring instrument, such as an electrocardiograph, from zero or from its normal position.