Prepositions after "deviate"
deviate from, in, away, before or by?
|In 89% of cases deviate from is used|
|But now he deviates from David's style.|
|Pick an eating time and don't deviate from it.|
|I'd not talking about deviating from standards here.|
|He then continued his exercise of the presence of God as if he had never deviated from it.|
|The quadrupole moment is exceedingly small and does not make the sun deviate from free fall.|
|But we have, I am sorry to say, sometimes deviated from the right path in the opposite direction.|
|So will the euro survive? Mr Delors does not, of course, deviate from his belief in the European single currency.|
|Therefore in conclusion it might be said that Maneka has both been deviated from ina substantial number of cases.|
|I have no idea what we typed in, and I'd sure we never intentionally deviated from the code listed in the magazine.|
|Below are examples of synonymous pairs of words of the same grammatical category which deviate from each other syntactically.|
|In 3% of cases deviate in is used|
|During my performance, I did not deviate in any way from the rehearsed set.|
|Everyone appreciates, but deviated in some cases depending upon the situation.|
|One of the strategies was to let Arsene carry the weight! But let us not get the topic deviated in that direction, because it is a very widely known fact.|
|In 1% of cases deviate by is used|
|You are the one deviating by devoting so much space to dwell on Muhammad's marriages.|
|In 1% of cases deviate to is used|
|It's not like we've deviated to some dark corner of young popular culture or ever tried to be fashionable, really.|
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