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The story of assimilation or divergent views and experiences among immigrant families is much tougher to tell and to sell, but they are now more important than ever.The Myth of the Latino Vote and What Newsrooms Must Learn From 2020|by Perla Trevizo|November 10, 2020|ProPublica
Aducanumab’s ability to treat Alzheimer’s “cannot be proven by clinical trials with divergent outcomes,” researchers wrote in a perspective article published November 1 in Alzheimer’s & Dementia.FDA advisory panel declines to support a controversial Alzheimer’s treatment|Laura Sanders|November 6, 2020|Science News
For the umpteenth time this year, the parties will join together in pillorying tech companies—this time, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube-owner Google—with equal fervor but divergent reasoning.Who is Big Tech’s candidate in the US presidential race?|Nicolás Rivero|October 28, 2020|Quartz
Until recently, the two candidates have run divergent campaigns, with Marshall doing traditional meet-and-greets with voters and Bollier running a virtual race.
The drastically divergent views come as the economy is showing new signs of strain and the coronavirus is beginning to spread rapidly again through numerous corners of the United States.Pelosi, Mnuchin cite progress in economic relief talks but eye obstacles with Senate Republicans|Erica Werner, Jeff Stein|October 15, 2020|Washington Post
They and their servants are always "bettering themselves" divergently.Arrows of the Chace, v. 2|John Ruskin
I dive and make a great fuss of attacking, then I steer divergently.Diary of a U-Boat Commander|Anonymous
Capsule obcordately 3-lobed, loculicidally 3-valved; the valves divergently 2-lobed.
Steadily and divergently mankind pursued one or other of these two lines.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind|Herbert George Wells