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For example, a high street fashion store that wishes to employ younger staff in order to reflect their brand image will not be able to objectively justify this because it is not a valid aim.
The BRCPE recommended that the firm could only use the name and image if it could objectively show it is a "master or expert" in that area of practice.
So if there is no God, no one can really condemn the rape and murder of women and children as objectively wrong.
It's about whether the law cares only if a statement was objectively false, or is it relevant that the speaker believed the objectively false statement to be true at the time he or she made it?
Peanut butter is objectively valuable for some people, in that eating it serves their life and happiness, but it is not an objective value for people with a peanut allergy.
We are always prepared to listen to any proposal objectively, especially in the interests of Pontypridd and Welsh rugby as a whole.
Among those in our society who have never learned about science or have rejected what they've learned because it conflicts with ancient Hebrew scripture, subjective beliefs about what exists objectively are very different.
The tribunals have shown that compulsory retirement can be objectively justified, but there are hurdles to overcome.
Discriminate directly against you - to treat you less favourably than others because of your age unless objectively justified;
The tax adviser believes he or she can objectively perform services for the affected parties, despite the conflict.
This is not a claim that all "pro-choice" advocates are inherently evil, but they do approve of and many seek to advance a position that is clearly objectively evil.
The Colpexin sphere, an intravaginal device for women with advanced genital prolapse that supports the prolapse above the levator musculature and helps patients strengthen their pelvic floor muscles, can also serve as a test to objectively assess the contractility and strength of pelvic floor muscles, Dr.
Pope John Paul II told a group of priests on March 1, 1997 that "Contraception is to be judged objectively so profoundly unlawful as never to be, for any reason, justified.
The goal is to objectively measure user behavior with the product artifact.
The scientific method was the key to viewing the world objectively and thus discovering the fundamental nature of the universe, Raymo says.