This has proved a focal point of Democratic turnout efforts.
Instead, the city has become a focal point in an increasingly violent battle between rebel forces and the Syrian regime.
The Lenin statue has now become the focal point of protests for Russia, and against the ‘fascists’ in Kiev.
In 1981, Juan Carlos was the focal point of resistance to an attempted military coup.
Operating as an independent legal entity, the GFE would act as the focal point for a renewal of the global education compact.
By keeping watch on Toulon that squadron covered not only the Straits, but also the focal points within the sea.
This would also be about the focal length of the finished lens.
In an ellipse the sum of the focal distances is constant; and in an hyperbola the difference of the focal distances is constant.
Toward a focal point: from the east, two people; from the north, two people.
For every voluntary act of sight there are two adjustments of the eyes, namely, focal and axial.
focal fo·cal (fō'kəl)
Of or relating to a focus.
1. FOrmula CALculator.
An interactive system written by Rick Merrill of DEC in 1969 for PDP-5 and PDP-8. It was a descendant of AID/JOSS.
Versions: FOCAL-69, FOCAL-1971, FOCAL-11 (for PDP-11 under RT-11).
2. Forty-One CAlculator Language.
The programming language of the HP-41 calculator line.