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the goal intended to be attained (and which is believed to be attainable)

the lens or system of lenses in a telescope or microscope that is nearest the object being viewed

undistorted by emotion or personal bias

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serving as or indicating the object of a verb or of certain prepositions and used for certain other purposes

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emphasizing or expressing things as perceived without distortion of personal feelings, insertion of fictional matter, or interpretation

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belonging to immediate experience of actual things or events

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Use the third-person objective point of view in writing the text.
It is an objective point of view and a constructive point I'm making.
Mikellides' job is to evaluate the mental state of these boys from an objective point of view.
Detachment is the ability to care deeply about a situation or another person from an objective point of view.
Billie Joe said: " We needed an outside source, like an objective point of view at that point, because we were a bit confused, and he helped us kind of put all the ideas and bring it together and make the album.
The recognition of ones own subjective stance, yours and mine, is, after all, essential to fictocriticism,' I suggest whilst simultaneously reaching outward to an objective point of relative stability: 'Self-reflexivity, Anne Brewster suggests, is central to an individual's capacity to "reject the fictions of completeness and resolution that academic discourses often rehearse" (30).
Haught's theology of evolution does suffer some from a lack of a universal, objective point of reference from which to ground his metaphysical tenets.
I told the group that my approach was to evaluate the measurement from an objective point of view.
Davies's photographs resemble Adams' in that they are black-and-white panoramas with a self-effacingly objective point of view.
Getting some outside support can often bring a new, objective point of view, which will help you take your business forward.
After putting it down several times and trying to get motivated to read the contemporary stories, I just decided not to have any expectations and go into reading with an objective point of view.
No matter how high-minded the institution, no matter how hard it works to achieve a neutral and objective point of view, authoritative knowledge presents the world one way, and that one way expresses a point of view.
The problem, from an objective point of view, then becomes associated with the higher representative of Christians, especially that the Taef Accord has already affirmed the distribution of the other higher posts among the confessions.
From a purely objective point of view, preserving Christian faith and historical and biblical sources in their essential integrity, one can say that there is just not enough information available to justify the idea of a new divine revelation, especially after centuries of debate and nearly 2,000 years.
Reference Point Theory fixes a reference point, which in a discrete approach could be a maximal objective point, a utopian reference point or a more moderate aspiration one.