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“Pointition”

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    (n)  [pohn-ti-shun] the act of zeroing in on,

or focusing upon a particular object, person,

idea, theory or conclusion; the opposite of

diversion.

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   (adj)  “pointisive.”

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Ex.: Every question or comment

was disallowed that was not pointisive to

various ways to obtain funding.

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   Humans habitually wander in thinking and conversation. And that’s fine if general conversation is the goal.

   But if people are specifically gathered for a particular purpose, pointition is aiming all thoughts and words toward a target. And this neologism may be just what’s needed to capture their–and your–attention.

   (You heard it here first at A Dozen Seconds.)