"We won't be focusing too much on the philosophical sections.
Mirrorless cameras with this hybrid auto-focusing are now the norm.
For now, she's focusing a lot more on her blog and getting some writing done.
This is not about working less, it is about focusing on results over time spent.”
A target sheet of blank enlarging paper is often placed in the easel to make focusing easier.
They changed the status quo by focusing on a more gamified experience to attract younger traders.
In cases of nearsightedness the focusing ability of the cornea is too strong, resulting in blurred vision.
"I think one thing that every company needs to embrace is focusing on values and focusing on trust.
The spectroscopes discussed so far are analogous to the pinhole camera in optics, because no focusing of the ion beams is involved.
But she said: “This year was all about focusing on the 800 and 1500 after focusing on the 1500 and 5,000 last year.
"You're focusing on your business, you're focusing on delivering great product, and on delivering great customer service.
Focusing on new buildings is likely to lead to more modest growth rates in the short to medium term, relative to alternative approaches such as retrofitting.
Such structures let founders grow their business instead of focusing on delivering shareholder dividends – and it's what has allowed Mark Zuckerberg and others to make big bets, focusing on growth instead of profitability.
Some of these are introduced in the next two sections, focusing in 1.1 on the relationship between our four kinds of sentences, and focusing in 1.2 on the relationship between “good” and “better”, and between “good” and “bad”.
Outside the home, there are objects and surfaces that are frequently touched but seldom, if ever, washed, such as money, A.T.M. buttons and gas station pump handles, he said, adding, “Focusing on people’s shoes feels like focusing on the wrong vector.”
Now Nissan has said it plans to retrench and rebuild its business by focusing on its alliance with French automaker Renault, cutting costs, producing fewer cars and focusing on introducing new vehicles to a lineup that has long been criticized as stale.
“When we are worrying about the kinds of risks that adolescents take, research shows that focusing on the long-term health risks, or the long-term legal risks of decisions, does not work as well as focusing on the social consequences of those risky decisions.
"And I do think that rather than focusing on the European Convention we should be focusing on our own domestic laws and working out where perhaps we've gold-plated laws a bit too much in what is often an English law tradition, rather than criticising the convention itself."
“We’re building now very much a road to recovery, a road map focusing on infrastructure right now, levelling up across the country, focusing on roads, broadband – the type of things that effectively help to create jobs but also provide services and economic growth and opportunity across the country.”
After going over some preliminaries we will focus on three lines of work on questions: one located at the intersection of philosophy of language and formal semantics, focusing on the semantics of what Belnap and Steel (1976) call elementary questions; a second located at the intersection of philosophy of language and philosophy of science, focusing on why-questions and the notion of explanation; and a third located at the intersection of philosophy of language and epistemology, focusing on embedded or indirect questions.
- the concentration of attention or energy on something
- the act of bringing into focus
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After going over some preliminaries we will focus on three lines of work on questions one located at the intersection of philosophy of language and formal semantics focusing on the semantics of what Belnap and Steel 1976 call elementary questions a second located at the intersection of philosophy of language and philosophy of science focusing on why-questions and the notion of explanation and a third located at the intersection of philosophy of language and epistemology focusing on embedded or indirect questions