deviative

deviative

(ˈdiːvɪətɪv)
adj
tending to deviate or cause to deviate
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MARRAKECH, Morocco, Nov 28 (KUNA) -- King of Morocco Mohammed VI has sounded the alarm bell regarding "unprecedented deviative acts and challenges" facing human rights at the global level.
(ii) deviative absorption, which occurs near the top of the ray-trajectory or anywhere along the path where marked bending takes place, for example, when [n.sub.R] [right arrow] 0.
The disruption of the gendered dispositions of home--which Pratt undertakes by distinguishing her father's grief and privilege from her own--discloses spaces of feminine subjective agency as it uncovers deviative forms of Southern homeplace.