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- n. The perspective through which a narrative is presented
- n. Putting into focus
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of focalizing or bringing to a focus, or the state of being focalized.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The art or process of bringing to a focus, or of placing in focus.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of bringing into focus
- n. the confinement of an infection to a limited area
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If anything else, the quest for equity will lead to a final push in the long process of subsidy focalization, and will spell the end-game for a way of giving out public assistance that was blind to the needs of the recipient--a way that was intrinsically unfair.
Speculation may be noted in the view of the sun "When he nothing shines upon" (6); and the focalization through the mind of "the traveller in the dark" (9), and his use of the star to triangulate his position, which implies being able to jump to the view of the other.
The only full-fledged law that I know of in the educative process is the law of habit building -- (1) focalization, (2) attentive repetition at intervals of increasing length, (3) permitting no exception -- and I am often told that this "law" is fallacious.
Photograph (Radial lines with strong focalization)
It necessitates the focalization of all heavenly virtues.
Some persons appear to have a naturally poor focalization of the field of consciousness; and in such persons actions hang slack, and inhibitions seem to exert peculiarly easy sway.
The term attenuated focalization refers to a situation where point of view is limited, even if temporarily, to an impeded or distanced visual perspective.
In the computer maps we generated, bisecting line focalization was observed for at least one coordinate of each system.
Because each region in this functional network recruits an increasingly more focal pattern (owing to decreased short-range connectivity), the univariate hemodynamic pattern in each area should be of increased focalization, while the correlations in activity among areas should be increasingly coherent.
This finding contrasts with work demonstrating that cortical patterning is completed before 5-year-of-age, and that reported changes in cortical patterning after that point take the form of reduced spatial focalization!