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Noun(1) a variation that deviates from the standard or norm(2) the difference between an observed value and the expected value of a variable or function(3) the error of a compass due to local magnetic disturbances(4) deviate behavior(5) a turning aside (of your course or attention or concern
(1) The sequences were analyzed for randomness in dinucleotide frequencies and no statistically significant deviation was found.(2) sexual deviation(3) There he began work on compass deviation , a topic he would return to many times.(4) Standard deviation is a statistical concept that denotes the amount of variation or deviation that might be expected.(5) deviation from a norm(6) The average numbers and average deviation of five measurements are reported.(7) And there was no statistically significant deviation in incidence rates of other cancers attributable to radiation exposure from the accident.(8) In 1819 Barlow began work on the problem of deviation in ship compasses caused by the presence of iron in the hull.(9) a significant deviation from the average value(10) Even if I don't always follow it to the letter, I've got a rock solid foundation upon which to base my deviations .(11) The draft report contained a number of deviations from the true faith.(12) Burke continues to be accused by clueless academics and ignorant pundits either of inconsistency or deviationism for his very different reactions to the American and French Revolutions.(13) You'd probably have to put me down as a revisionist Kautskyite Menshevik, or maybe a rightist deviationist with extreme petty bourgeois tendencies.(14) Though the language he used was different, his alarm at deviationism and his insistence on adherence to the party line mirrored the Stalinist culture in which he operated for so long.(15) This is where the auditor reports changes, problems, deviations and other anomalies.(16) Means and standards deviations for all study variables are reported in Table 1.
(1) standard deviation :: gwyriad safonol
1. divergence ::
2. departure ::
3. deviance ::
4. digression ::
Different Formsdeviation, deviations
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