Focuses

Some articles on focuses:

Asociación Escuelas Lincoln - Lincoln Clubs and Organizations
... Student Council* Focuses on student-body related issues such as the cafeteria line and library policies ... GAN (Human Rights) Focuses on humanitarian issues related to human rights violations ... Model United Nations* Focuses on international concerns, and discusses possible solutions in the style of the UN ...
Short Story Cycle - Structure
... collection as a whole (the examples are theirs) the cycle focuses on a geographical area The Country of the Pointed Firs, Dubliners, The Women of Brewster Place, Like Water ...
S2S Pte. Ltd. - Labels
... ‘HIGHDIVE MUSIC’ – Focuses on club music, dance, soul, R B and rock and pop ... ‘CITI KAYAK’ – Focuses on genres such as rock, hiphop and hardcore ... ‘SMOOVE RECORDS’ – Focuses on broken beat, nu jazz, soul, funk, and house ...
Saint Theresa's College Of Quezon City - Clubs
... based group) Dulaang Teresa (Group that focuses on acting and drama.) Green Thumbs (A Nature-based group) Earth Stewards (A Nature loving group, usually handled by the SCIENCE area) Robotics (A group ... They are usually an active groups that focuses on adventure.) Camp Carers (This group is part of the senior cluster ... It focuses on Camping.) Math Minds (A MATH based group that has a lot of activities aside from solving MATH problems and equations.) Basketball (Group that focuses on Basketball) Volleyball (Group that ...
Stonehaven (comic) - Volumes
... of the Poisonous Vine is a his crime drama focuses on a police investigation of the murder of a barrister in possession of illegal blood donations ... This book focuses on several secondary characters from previous titles, as well as introducing several new protagonists to the series, including the head of a ... A central theme of this story focuses on the effect that magic and pagan faith healing has had on the medical profession ...

Famous quotes containing the word focuses:

    The word infant derives from Latin words meaning “not yet speaking.” It emphasizes what the child cannot do and reflects the baby’s total dependence on adults. The word toddler, however, demonstrates our change in perspective, for it focuses on the child’s increased mobility and burgeoning independence.
    Lawrence Kutner (20th century)

    Wit is often concise and sparkling, compressed into an original pun or metaphor. Brevity is said to be its soul. Humor can be more leisurely, diffused through a whole story or picture which undertakes to show some of the comic aspects of life. What it devalues may be human nature in general, by showing that certain faults or weaknesses are universal. As such it is kinder and more philosophic than wit which focuses on a certain individual, class, or social group.
    Thomas Munro (1897–1974)