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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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Objective Connect for HP TRIM enabling organisations to easily and securely share information directly from their TRIM records management system with internal and external stakeholders
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Another case is when we need to add one or more objectives that affect a hierarchically higher-order objective.
The importance of clear political objectives can't be overstated.
With behaviorism as a psychology and philosophy of learning, objectives are stated prior to instruction.
The students really enjoyed having more than one way to show that they had mastered an objective.
This checklist is designed for those managers who participate in setting corporate objectives and who then have to interpret and apply such objectives to their own functional or departmental operation, including setting objectives with and for the people under their responsibility.
This link between behavior and performance has been recognized as part of the proposed National Security Personnel System (NSPS): "The NSPS regulations provide for consideration of employee behavior as a performance factor, element, or objective, such as 'teamwork/ cooperation' (Federal Register, 2005, p.
You'll find it handy to write the PN of the objective lens assemblies on the historical record for each ANVIS to track them.
For example, section 404 documentation covering the safeguarding of cash, inventory and fixed assets can support the company-level control objective that management's philosophy and operating style are consistent with a sound control environment.
35 million only a few months after the same equipment sold for $337,500 indicates that LP's objective was to achieve grossly inflated tax benefits, not to make an economic profit.
Several key principles guide the watershed protection approach: place-based focus, stakeholder involvement and partnerships, environmental objectives, problem identification and prioritization, and integrated actions.
For the third objective, which measures Adequate Yearly Progress, at least 9.
In response to his own question, Goffman asserted that for some stigmatized individuals "it will be possible for him to make a direct attempt to correct what he sees as the objective basis of his failing", for instance plastic surgery for certain deformities (emphasis added, see below).