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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unfocus.


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  • And in an effort to distract us from the disengaged, giggling mess that is her essence, the director blurs and unfocuses the video throughout — Meth Lolli Cam!

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  • And because the steel surface is so cold and hard and sharp, Vicky immediately pulls the covers over her head or unfocuses her eyes or stops listening to whoever is speaking and, signaling to one of those immaculate waiters, begins to cram her face with crisps and drink herself drunk, summoning an actor to the stage for her endless entertainment.

    Imaginary People

  • Doing so simply unfocuses the pressure on Israel regarding Palestinians, like relieving pressure on a pond'sicy surface by switching from small-heeled shoes to boots in trying to negotiate it.

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  • The problem with student participation in classroom learning is that so much of it unfocuses the whole procedure.

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  • When man unfocuses his mind, he may be said to be conscious in a subhuman sense of the word, since he experiences sensations and perceptions.

    The Virtue of Selfishness

  • Recently there was a rather unfocuses article by on a survey conducted by goo Research into home electrical appliances that didn’t really reveal anything interesting, so pleae feel free to browse to another page… This is apparently the third in a series of regular surveys on the topic.

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