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- adj. sharp and clear with no fuzziness
- adj. clearly perceived
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This shift in focus from the deceased to the griever coincided with a radical change in the way society itself publicly mourned its biggest losses from symbolizing the achievements of those who had been sacrificed to re-creating the sacrifice itself.
Despite the impressive numbers, none of the top global funds are India-specific in focus yet.
Norepinephrine plays a part in focus and attention, as well as in the production of adrenaline and endorphins that modulate experiences such as fear, excitement, pain, and pleasure.