bifocal

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bifocal

1. Optics having two different focuses
2. relating to a compound lens permitting near and distant vision
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The consequences of this bifocalism will always fall hardest on the governing party - in this case, Welsh Labour.
The result of all of this is a frustrating bifocalism: we are told both too little and too much.
(11) And, using the power of music to focalize the intensity of the moment and concentrate the emotion and message, they sing together--a sign of unity--"the time has come to free our land/yes, yes, to free and build anew." (12) An element of bifocalism is at play between the memory of what was and the present suffering of the people.