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anti-points, see Table 77

An inversible cubic iK is a focal cubic if and only if its pivot is the reflection of H = X(4) in one sideline of ABC. Hence, there are three such cubics.

The figure above shows K110-A with pivot A' reflection of H in BC and singular focus F inverse of Ha in the circumcircle.