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FOCAL

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).
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The OSCE Mission to Montenegro will continue supporting the work of designated municipal gender equality focal points as an effective way of promoting gender equality and womens empowerment at the municipal level.
Their focal lengths as reported by the EXIF data are in the chart below.
In addition, previous researchers of bundled products have mainly focused on consumers' perception of the price of focal products after a promotion (Darveau & d'Astous, 2014; Liu & Chou, 2015), whereas consumers' perceived value of the supplementary products has been relatively ignored.
In conjunction with Hologic's recent acquisition of Faxitron Bioptics, Focal strengthens the company's position in the rapidly growing market for breast conserving surgery.
TechSpec lenses in EO's UCI series with a fixed focal length offer 4K resolution and fixed aperture designs and are designed for small pixels less than 2.2 microns ([micro]m) and are offered in multiple fixed apertures for a wide variety of applications.
The lenses are available in 21 models with focal lengths of 4mm, 6mm or 12mm and feature working distances that are very short or zero.
An official of Ministry of Human Rights informed that it was decided that a focal person would be nominated from each province who would share progress of these committees with the ministry but not a single province has followed the procedure yet.
Maybe a good review on focal length and aperture and how they are related will give us a better understanding of what we are doing and buying.
To understand the reason behind such distorted images we need to discuss one important photography fundamental Focal Length which is defined as the distance between the rare part of the lens and the camera sensor when the subject is in focus.
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DME is generally differentiated into diffuse and focal DME, and microaneurysms (MAs) are associated with the pathogenesis of both these types.