Definition of Focalizations

1. focalization [n] - See also: focalization



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Focalizations

focal ratio
focal reaction
focal sclerosing glomerulopathy
focal sclerosis
focal sclerosis with hyalinosis
focal segmental glomerulosclerosis
focal seizure
focal spot
focal spot size
focalisation
focalise
focalised
focalises
focalising
focalization
focalizations
focalize
focalized
focalizes
focalizing
focally
foci
focillation
focimeter
focimeters
focimetry
focus
focus-forming unit
focus-group

Literary usage of Focalizations

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1. Liberty and Democracy: And Other Essays in War-time by Hartley Burr Alexander (1918)
"... has political power chiefly in his eye, his is but one focalization out of many possible focalizations of a much more comprehensive philosophical idea. ..."

2. The Idea of God in the Light of Recent Philosophy: The Gifford Lectures by Andrew Seth Pringle-Pattison (1920)
"... their very raison d'etre is to be distinct and, in that sense, separate and exclusive focalizations of a common universe. It is not conceivable, ..."

3. The Immortal Manhood: The Laws and Processes of Its Attainment in the Flesh by Koresh (1902)
"The mineral laminae are the foundations of the Basis of stellar field, for the stars are focalizations ..."

4. The End of the Ages: With Forecasts of the Approaching Political, Social and by William Fishbough (1898)
"... focalizations, and from which as discrete centers of action, the machinery of human society is kept in motion. . Naturally and unavoidably therefore, ..."

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