I am disappointed at the way the whole debate was allowed by SC to digress from
a Human Rights issue to merely drug pricing, maybe the honourable judges were too busy in more pressing issues than the concerns of the common citizens of this country.
Telling Bhat that they would go through his pleas, the bench asked him to come prepared to address the court and not to digress from
his issue raised by him.
Schools that will digress from
the schedule should notify their respective regional offices in advance, she said.
Is the saffron party so dispirited on its own economic outlook that it is virtually inviting the Opposition to digress from
serious issues and get into rhetorical vote bank politics?
Anchors of these shows exploit a topic beyond measure as the discussion sometimes tends to digress from
the topic of the show, Mostly, the anchors are trying to befool the viewers and creating a film scene to promote their shows for higher ratings to get more advertisements.
Regular readers will forgive us if we digress from
the usual format to present the following (courtesy of our resident curry expert, or more specifically, his good lady).
The younger the swimmer, the more likely he will be to digress from
good basic skills.
True, they would have to digress from
solving global atrocities to facing the demons of Hollywood, but it could be done.
AlphaCell and Emblaze digress from
the 'one size fits all' model of handset development.
Rodolfo Biazon that "President (Aquino) could not afford to digress from
the official government position on the dispute as already expressed by the Department of Foreign Affairs.