She has her own level of beauty and that's not her focal point, that's not what is important to her.
Instead, the city has become a focal point in an increasingly violent battle between rebel forces and the Syrian regime.
As she transfers to Egypt, she talks to Tara McKelvey about the focal point of the Arab Spring.
Aleppo remains a focal point, as both sides appear to be locked down for a bitter fight.
The Lenin statue has now become the focal point of protests for Russia, and against the ‘fascists’ in Kiev.
It is naturally the focal point of the trade between Europe and Asia.
Toward a focal point: from the east, two people; from the north, two people.
The parental relation then, as now, was the focal point of the social system, and required powerful safeguards.
We have seen that I0 (the intensity at the focal point) was equal to A/λf.
Their focal point seemed to be the trees at the foot of the cleft.
focal point n.
|focal point |
The point at which all radiation coming from a single direction and passing through a lens or striking a mirror converges. Also called focus.