To divert definition

To divert means the deliberate act of taking water from any channel in order to convey it elsewhere for storage, or to utilize it for domestic, agricultural, stock-raising or industrial purposes whether this be done by means of dams across the channel, partition weirs, lateral intakes, pumps or any other methods.
To divert means the deliberate act of taking water from

Examples of To divert in a sentence

To divert attorneys out of the attorney discipline system when appropriate and subject to the attorney complying with the terms of diversion.

To divert the channels of creeks and flowing streams and for that purpose to acquire property by condemnation.

To divert and call at any other port to change the crew or any part thereof or other persons on board the Vessel when there is reason to believe that they may be subject to internment, imprisonment or other sanctions.

To divert incoming calls from a contact to a third party:1 Follow the instructions in Updating Your Contact Directory.2 Using the up and down arrow keys, scroll through the fields to find the Divert Contact field.3 Press the Edit soft key.4 Enter the number of the party to whom you want to divert the call, then press the Ok soft key.5 Using the up and down arrow keys, scroll through the fields to find the Auto Divert field.

A simple caution may be used to:• To deal quickly and simply with less serious offences.• To divert less serious offences away from the Courts.• To reduce the chances of repeat offences.

To divert a matter to an alternatives to discipline program as the director may consider appropriate and to monitor the attorney's participation in the program.

To divert at least 80 per cent of construction and demolition waste from landfill with an aspiration to divert 95 per cent of construction and demolition waste from landfill.

To divert and call at any other port to change the crew or any part thereof or other persons on board the Vessels when there is reason to believe that they may be subject to internment, imprisonment or other sanctions.

To divert juveniles from the juvenile justice system through early intervention as warranted, when consistent with the protec- tion of the public.

To divert that money to their private accounts, they needed to control the distribution of the contracts.

Related to To divert

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