They probably helped him craft this speech that condemned the concentration on image.
Most likely Galt heard Willie Anschutz rattling the bathroom door, a disruption that doubtless would have tried his concentration.
These are small strips that produce color change in a solution to determine its concentration.
Within a concentration camp, would someone make a joke about the number, the tattooed number?
Such a concentration has its comedy as well as a surreal grandeur.
There was a shuffling about, a confusion in the centre, a concentration of eyes.
The enemy's concentration against the centre of our line was complete.
And it so happened that I had a job that needed all the concentration I could give it.
We have here an example of the concentration of energy in time.
Into the depths of his concentration came the odor of tsin-tsin flowers, followed by the familiar, silkie voice of his arch-enemy.
concentration con·cen·tra·tion (kŏn'sən-trā'shən)
An increase of the strength of a pharmaceutical preparation by the extraction, precipitation, and drying of its crude active agent.
An increase in the strength of a fluid or gas in a mixture by purification, evaporation, or diffusion.
The amount of a specified substance in a unit amount of another substance.