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It is not a dialogue, but only one end of a conversation, and for this reason it more intensely and definitely focuses attention.
There is but one end, and this end focuses on death, unfeeling sod, and worms.
THE GREY CLOAKHAROLD MACGRATH
It focuses by a small upper sliding section, fitted like a stove funnel.
It is these times that become the central points, the focuses of his interest, and the dates of his religious festivals.
ANCIENT ART AND RITUALJANE ELLEN HARRISON
During these years the God-Spirit focuses in the planet of Mercury , representing knowledge, memory and the carrying of messages.
For it is directly evident to us that consciousness focuses the plurality of environing things in a unity of representation.
THEODICYG. W. LEIBNIZ
In conclusion a concise index is given, which, it is hoped, sufficiently focuses the whole book for ready reference.
If the camera possessed by the would-be enlarger is one which focuses from the front, no adaptation of any sort will be required.
It is on the functions of the fore-brain that interest now mainly focuses, for the reasons mentioned above.
In nursing situations, the nurse focuses on nurturing person as they live and grow in caring.

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