objective danger

objective danger

n
(Mountaineering) mountaineering a danger, such as a stone fall or avalanche, to which climbing skill is irrelevant
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But as the collapsed masses were judged to pose objective danger, an aiding expert team has decided that they dig a detouring additional gallery to avoid the sector.
There is no objective danger to reduce the turnout of voters because all political parties reduced this intentionally and legally," Tahiri said.
A spatial analysis of traffic accidents allows determining objective danger spots for pedestrians, while the analysis of subjective attitudes of pedestrians and drivers and the application of the conflict technique facilitate determining subjectively and objectively potential danger spots for pedestrians.
By analyzing data on traffic accidents, the so called objective danger spots are obtained, namely the locations where traffic accidents involving pedestrians actually occur.
When eliminating danger spots, it is of extreme importance to apply adequate countermeasures on all locations, namely, on objective danger spots, objectively potential danger spots and subjective danger spots.
With the possible exception of the Croatian who acted after being warned, the offending articles do not appear to have posed objective danger to the security of the witnesses whose identities they revealed.
Today there is an objective danger that the Kosovo fire and blood could engulf not only Yugoslavia, but also the entire region," he said.
You have objective dangers such as crevices, avalanches, rock falls.
What kills most people is the objective dangers, going into an area where there is stone fall or the threat of avalanche," (http://www.