objective point


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objective point

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(Military) military another term for objective8
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He had already fixed his sharp eye upon the house which he reasoned should be his objective point, when he noticed a woman approaching rapidly from the opposite direction.
It seems that each green warrior has certain objective points for his fire under relatively identical circumstances of warfare.
But from an objective point of view, you will rarely go wrong with the SH.
Two-time world boxing champion Gerry Peaalosa insists he's not biased but from his objective point of view, Manny Pacquiao is the greatest fighter who ever lived.
You want them to have connections, open doors, and help grow the company from an objective point of view.
From an objective point of view it is great," he told Al Bawaba News.
The problem is that we can't write our tales from the heed on a blank bit of paper or from an objective point of view; we only see stuff though our own little set of peepers, along with the baggage that makes up our unique world view.
Advice on legal matters like estate planning should be taken from an objective point of view.
God: Believe me Stephen, No-one feels the anguish more than I, but let us look at the situation from a more objective point of view.
In these cases, we can complement the work of the advisers and the recordkeepers from an objective point of view.
From an objective point of view, advisors can convert the investment strategies available into long-term achievements.
Perhaps it provides them the objective point of view needed in order to just report the facts, no matter how disturbing.