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(statistics) A value equal to the difference between a measured variable factor and a fixed or algorithmic reference value.
Late Latin dēviāre dēviāt- Latin dē- de- Latin via road wegh- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Late Latin deviatus, past participle of deviare, from the phrase de via.
Omar did not deviate from that line of conduct.
Do not deviate from what is specified in the instructions.
Many secular or agnostic yoga practitioners find it offensive that anyone would deviate from the ancient Eastern yoga principles.
When you arrive at the tattoo studio you should be sure to explain to the artist that you have already chosen a design and you do not want to deviate from your selection.
Rather than limit their color palette to just white, black, or ivory, they may deviate from these traditional colors with trendy metallic shades like pewter, gold, silver, or bronze.
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