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a.1.Tending to divert; diverting; amusing; interesting.
Things of a pleasant and divertive nature.
- Rogers.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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That is, a successful reading clinic should portray all the qualities mentioned by Halliday (1975) the social, imaginative, interactional, divertive and representational.
By the analysis of the response surface, a divertive result that the DE of pectin was augmenting with the increasing of pH, time and power was opposed to the conclusion already published was obtained.
Agriculture drives three main divertive humanity which are agriculture-based, transforming and urbanized in which sustainable growth is aimed.