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.
I had to keep my heart in it that way but then I also had to have an objective point of view.
The members of delegation of businessmen apprised him through their candid and objective point of view about the havoc that sky-high electricity tariff has played with industry and trade including the foreign trade.
Her work incorporates both a subjective and objective point of view that tells complex stories of self-identity, as well as often subtly intertwining ideas of culture, gender, religion, and politics.
I felt it was important to position myself as John F Kennedy's niece so that it didn't come across as simply an objective point of view," she said.
"These women have every right to golf without interruption and I mean that from a genuine and objective point of view.
"I ask you to make preparations so that we can show and persuade, from an objective point of view, how the South, the North and the US may each benefit and how they may exchange such benefits," the president said.
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.
From an objective point of view it is great," he told Al Bawaba News.