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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of focalize.
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This indictment extends likewise to the teaching method or purpose which focalizes the teachers 'attention and energy chiefly on the subject.
Thus the sky enters the picture by graded approaches and focalizes upon the central figure.
The white cow focalizes the vision but the sky and the more graceful branches soon capture it.
With the progress of civilization and the general growth and diffusion of intelligence everywhere, there is one problem upon which all else focalizes, though the fact seems to be seldom clearly apprehended or realized.