Focus

1) That items and objects on the set are consistent with the theme envisaged by the director. 2) Pulling focus - when an actor deliberately tries to draw the audience's attention away from another cast member to themselves.

focus

  1. the concentration of attention or energy on something
  2. maximum clarity or distinctness of an image rendered by an optical system
  3. maximum clarity or distinctness of an idea
  4. a central point or locus of an infection in an organism
  5. special emphasis attached to something
  6. a point of convergence of light (or other radiation) or a point from which it diverges
  7. a fixed reference poi......

    FOCUS

    FOCUS is a computer programming language and development environment. It is a language used to build database queries, and is regarded as a fourth-generation programming language (4GL). Produced by Information Builders Inc., it was originally developed for data handling and analysis on the IBM mainframe. As newer systems were developed and smaller...
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    focus

    (fo´kәs) pl. fo´ci the point of convergence of light rays or sound waves. the chief center of a morbid process. Ghon focus the primary parenchymal lesion of primary pulmonary tuberculosis in children; when associated with a corresponding lymph node focus, it is known as...
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    focus

    (from the article `earthquake`) ...first to reach any point on the Earth`s surface. The first -wave onset starts from the spot where an earthquake originates. This point, usually at ... point on the surface of the Earth that is directly above the underground point (called the focus) where fault rupture commences, producing an ... [2 ...
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    focus

    (from the article `ellipse`) ...a plane that is not parallel to the base, the axis, or an element of the cone. It may be defined as the path of a point moving in a plane so that ... ...the sum of the distances from any point on the ellipse to two fixed points ( and in Figure 1) is constant. The two points and are called foci, ... ...
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    Focus

    (from the article `Getz, Stan`) ...other American jazz expatriates, including Oscar Pettiford and Kenny Clarke. Upon his return to the United States in 1961, Getz teamed with ...
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    focus

    [n] - a central point or locus of an infection in an organism 2. [n] - a point of convergence of light (or other radiation) or a point from which it diverges 3. [n] - a fixed reference point on the concave side of a conic section 4. [n] - the concentration of attention or energy on something 5. [n] - maximum clarity or distin...
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    Focus

    • (n.) A point so related to a conic section and certain straight line called the directrix that the ratio of the distace between any point of the curve and the focus to the distance of the same point from the directrix is constant. • (v. t.) To bring to a focus; to focalize; as, to focus a camera. • (n.) A point in which the rays of...
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    focus

    focusing noun the concentration of attention or energy on something; `the focus of activity shifted to molecular biology`; `he had no direction in his life`
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    focus

    (optics) In optics, the point at which light rays converge, or from which they appear to diverge. Other electromagnetic rays, such as microwaves, and sound waves may also be brought together at a focus. Rays parallel to the principal axis of a lens or mirror are converged at, or appear to dive...
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    focus

    (photography) In photography, the distance that a lens must be moved in order to focus a sharp image on the light-sensitive film at the back of the camera. The lens is moved away from the film to focus the image of closer objects. The focusing distance is often marked on a scale around the...
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    Focus

    [board game] Focus is an abstract strategy board game, designed by Sid Sackson and first published in 1964 by Kosmos. The game has been re-published many times since, sometimes under the titles Domination or Dominio. Focus won the 1981 Spiel des Jahres and Essen Feather awards. The game appears in Sackson`s A Gamut of Games in the section N...
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    Focus

    [computing] In computing, the focus indicates the component of the graphical user interface which is selected to receive input. Text entered at the keyboard or pasted from a clipboard is sent to the component which has the focus. Moving the focus away from a specific user interface element is known as a blur event in relation to this elemen...
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    Focus

    [encyclopedia] Focus is an encyclopedia first published in Swedish in 5 volumes 1958–1960, later extended with additional volumes, republished in several editions, and translated to Danish, Norwegian, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Based on inspiration from the richly illustrated 1947 edition of the American World Book Encyclopedia, the...
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    Focus

    [geometry] In geometry, the foci (aɪ; singular focus) are a pair of special points with reference to which any of a variety of curves is constructed. For example, foci can be used in defining conic sections, the four types of which are the circle, ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola. In addition, foci are used to define the Cassini oval and t...
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    Focus

    [German magazine] Focus is a German weekly news magazine published in Munich and distributed throughout Germany. It is the third-largest weekly news magazine in Germany. It is considered conservative and leans towards economic liberalism. ==Overview== Focus was launched to pioneer a new style of journalism for readers short of time. The mag...
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    Focus

    [linguistics] Focus is a grammatical category that determines which part of the sentence contributes new, non-derivable, or contrastive information. Focus is related to information structure. Contrastive focus specifically refers to the coding of information that is contrary to the presuppositions of the interlocutor. Related terms include ...
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    Focus

    [optics] In geometrical optics, a focus, also called an image point, is the point where light rays originating from a point on the object converge. Although the focus is conceptually a point, physically the focus has a spatial extent, called the blur circle. This non-ideal focusing may be caused by aberrations of the imaging optics. In the ...
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    Focus

    [Polish magazine] Focus is Polish scientific monthly magazine. It was first published in September 1995 by Gruner and Jahr Polska. Some popular articles are `Zgłoś Miejsce`, `Biologia Dla Zwykłego Człowieka`, and `Criminal Chemia.` ...
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    Focus

    [Ukrainian magazine] Focus («Еженедельник Фокус») is a national Ukrainian weekly news magazine in Russian language published in Kiev and distributed throughout the country. The base auditory of the magazine are the people of high and above high level of income between 25 to 45 years of age that live in the 40 biggest metr...
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    focus

    [Verb] To think about or concentrate on one thing.
    Example: For two weeks John focused on revising for his exams.
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    Focus

    Fo'cus noun ; plural English Focuses , Latin Foci . [ Latin focus hearth, fireplace; perhaps akin to English bake . Confer Curfew , Fuel , Fusil the firearm.] 1. (Opt.) A point in which the rays of light meet, after being reflec...
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    Focus

    Fo'cus transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Focused ; present participle & verbal noun Focusing .] To bring to a focus; to focalize; as, to focus a camera. R. Hunt.
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    focus

    a central point or focus of attention in the movement space; the concentration, attention, or specific energy given to movement in space.
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