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  • In particular, the story focuses on the lives of two friends caught in the change.
  • He wanted to change its focus from litigation to direct action and public education.
  • In many circumstances the focus seems to be put on economics instead of health care.
  • The plan looked to the future, and did not focus on the destruction caused by the war.
  • It is divided into separate sections, including one focused entirely on gold.
  • Most of his subsequent work focused on other areas of philosophy.
  • A variety of teaching methods have been employed in medical education, still itself a focus of active research.
  • The core work of the free software movement focused on software development.
  • Sometimes he is focussing his view on very small communities or on one person.
  • The third season finished out with episodes focusing on the other characters in the show.
  • Later in the year, she left Neighbours to focus on her music career.
  • He focused on creating original literary work during his first dozen years as a priest.
  • It focuses on using communication to help different interests in the process understand each other.
  • The king made sure they received a good education which focused on the Egyptian language.
  • Constitutional law is a major focus of legal studies and research.
  • There is a small and growing tourist industry focused on water-based or nature activities.
  • The film focuses on the judge in the case and the possible reasons why he changed his mind.
  • Many of these lectures focused on practical areas of life such as education.
  • The theatre remained popular, and remained a focus of urban lifestyle until modern times.
  • The constant focus on the division of the island can sometimes mask other human rights issues.
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Meaning of focus

  • noun The concentration of attention or energy on something
    the focus of activity shifted to molecular biology, he had no direction in his life
  • noun Maximum clarity or distinctness of an image rendered by an optical system
    in focus, out of focus
  • noun Maximum clarity or distinctness of an idea
    the controversy brought clearly into focus an important difference of opinion
  • noun A central point or locus of an infection in an organism
    the focus of infection
  • noun A point of convergence of light (or other radiation) or a point from which it diverges
  • noun A fixed reference point on the concave side of a conic section
  • verb Cause to converge on or toward a central point
    Focus the light on this image
  • verb Become focussed or come into focus
    The light focused
  • verb Put (an image) into focus; we cannot enjoy the movie"
    Please focus the image