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    1. Digression concerning the Variations in the value of Silver during the Course of the Four last Centuries

    2. Conclusion of the Digression concerning the Variations in the Value of Silver

    3. Digression concerning Banks of Deposit, particularly concerning that of Amsterdam

    4. Digression concerning the Corn Trade and Corn Laws

    5. The great importance of this subject must justify the length of the digression

    6. The reason for my digression to the Civil War is simple

    7. Dear, dear, but this is a digression from the subject of the Lease

    8. But I seemed to have digressed again, but what a digression!

    9. The great variety of his religious expressions, over all time, stands as a stark witness to this digression

    10. I’ll leave how much power you need up to your digression, but the

    11. “Three turns of the arrow should do it,” he said to end all digression

    12. This digression inwardly infuriated Tania

    13. Returning to our discussion from my digression, I/O problems may be reduced by consistent hardware maintenance but bad data will require considerably more effort

    14. That digression was just a little reality check to help me keep my feet on the ground

    15. “Sorry for the digression,” he continued as we savored the Laphroaic that I replenished meanwhile

    16. even asked for (sorry, small digression there), the elder son’s resentment boils over

    17. ” D2 answered contently, as if pleased by the digression

    18. And now the truly literary, if he did not here digress into a description of what he dreamed, which is a form of digression skipped by the truly judicious, would certainly write 'How long I had slept I know not,' and would then tell the reader that, waking with a start, he immediately proceeded to shiver

    19. From this digression we return to 3, Wetherby and Flt/ Lieutenant Fontes

    20. Of course there was a digression, but at least this one might answer many of the other questions I had anyway

    21. The advantage of this is that he is enabled to make use of Don Quixote as a mouthpiece for his own reflections, and so, without seeming to digress, allow himself the relief of digression when he requires it, as freely as in a commonplace book

    22. He even launched into an ethnographic digression: the German was vapourish, the French woman licentious, the Italian passionate

    23. In saying this I have been running into a digression; but the point which I desire to note is that in all of us, even in good men, there is a lawless wild-beast nature, which peers out in sleep

    24. That digression business got on my nerves

    25. But, to return from this digression; saving and excepting the remarks of Mr Dribbles and Mr Dippings, and neither of them could be considered as made in a sincere frame of mind, I had no foretaste of any opposition

    26. Darya Alexandrovna noticed that at this point in his explanation he grew confused, and she did not quite understand this digression, but she felt that having once begun to speak of matters near his heart, of which he could not speak to Anna, he was now making a clean breast of everything, and that the question of his pursuits in the country fell into the same category of matters near his heart, as the question of his relations with Anna

    27. Another personal digression here

    28. I think that the digression of my thoughts must have done me good, for when I got back to bed I found a lethargy creeping over me

    29. Where the subject is not lost sight of, there is no digression; may we, then, be permitted to arrest the reader's attention for a moment on the two absolutely unique barricades of which we have just spoken and which characterized this insurrection

    30. ” After this digression he proceeded—

    31. With that digression, the main idea is that all “real” numbers can be pictured as being on a straight line

    32. I must here introduce a short digression

    33. My friends, what means this odd digression?

    34. I will here make a digression from my narrative

    35. However, this a digression

    36. Allow me to make a little digression

    37. But here let me make a digression

    38. I was led away by my detestation of vulgarity and I apologise for the digression

    39. I have been led into this digression in consequence of remarks which have fallen from the other side of the House, but will now return to my subject

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    Synonymes pour "digression"

    digression excursion deflection deflexion deviation divagation diversion aside excursus parenthesis departure whisper side show