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de·fo·cus

 (dē-fō′kəs)
tr.v. de·fo·cused, de·fo·cus·ing, de·fo·cus·es or de·fo·cussed or de·fo·cus·sing or de·fo·cus·ses
To cause (a beam or a lens) to deviate from accurate focus.
n.
The act or result of causing a lens to deviate from accurate focus.

defocus

(diːˈfəʊkəs)
vb
formal to go or cause to go out of focus
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They cover basic sentence structure and grammatical categories; transitivity; topic and subject; toritate: focusing and defocusing of words, phrases, and clauses; the layered structure of the sentence; functional syntax; locative alternation; nominalization; the morphosyntax of grammaticalization in Japanese; modality; the passive voice; case marking; interfacing syntax with sounds and meanings; subject; numerical quantifiers; relative clauses; expressions that contain negation; ga/no conversion; ellipsis; syntax and argument structure; and scrambling.
The other conventional method - intentional defocusing to spread out the light - produces better photometric precision, but size and intensity continue to fluctuate.
Before the pole figure can be evaluated, several correction to be applied such as defocusing, background and absorption correction [1, 2].
Autofocusing is a key for eliminating the defocusing effect of an aerial camera to ensure high quality of the image.
If you're having trouble seeing the colors, try defocusing slightly--this trick often helps reveal subtle tints.
From focus and depth of field to adding food coloring and designs to bring out the macro subjects, this offers far more than another photography guide to equipment and its use; it's for any who want to create artistic results with macro images using such varied techniques as LED flashlights, textured glass, defocusing techniques, and more.
Constantly wary of the seductive "blue horizon" that risked defocusing young trainees, Gordon always strived to ask important and grounded questions that would make a lasting difference for the children he cared for and the trainees he taught.
In addition, properties such as high index, low dn/dT and dispersion enable designers to engineer color-corrected optical systems without thermal defocusing.
Former MP Slobodan Najdovski comments for Utrinski vesnik that the free-of-charge bus transportation, the free-of-charge visits to the theatre for students is only aimed at defocusing the public and spreading populism as none of these measures leads to realization of the country's strategic goals.
With improved camera resolutions in the smartphones, camera apps with such defocusing and refocusing features have gained popularity over the past few months.
Several events connected to the Tsar Dusan monument, as well as the contradictory comments of institutions and political parties, as well as the enigma - who and why mounted it in Skopje's center, have a common denominator--the absurdity and defocusing the attention from real problems, analysts assess.
Long optical paths and widely spaced reflective elements mean that small relative displacements will cause large displacements and defocusing.