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foh kuhl

  • s  having or localized centrally at a focus
    focal point
    focal infection
  • a  of or relating to a focus
    focal length

  • The church was a focal point of Birmingham's civil rights turmoil that year, but that unrest hadn't touched Virgil and his coal-mining family, who lived in a modest, all-black .
  • Onto the screen flashes a shiny red dot, which turns out to be a maraschino cherry, which turns out to sit atop a chocolate sundae, which turns out to be the focal point for a .
  • The focal point of the Man Cave, of course, is the high-definition TV, a once state-of-the-art-and now relatively puny-36-in.
News & Articles


  • Vicente del Bosque in Vancouver Sun
    He remains a focal point for us,del Bosque said Sunday. "To be on a [scoreless] streak or not, he offers hard work and personality and he'll be our striker. Saying that doesn't mean he's an untouchable starter, but we have full confidence...
  • Doug Parker in USA Today
    More importantly, this difference in our service has become a focal point that detracts from all of the outstanding improvements in on-time performance and baggage handling that all of us have worked so hard to achieve over the past year,...
  • Chris Bosh in The Associated Press
    I would like to contribute big to somebody,Bosh said. "Toronto made me their focal point and they've built around me for the last few years and just to have that feeling there, it was good, because going down into the stretch of the games...

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