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Objectiveness
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Objectiveness: Objectivity. Is there such a motion or objectiveness of external bodies, which produceth light Sir M. Hale
Objectivisation
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Objectivisation: Act of making objective or impartial (also objectivization)
Objectivise
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Objectivise: Cause to become objective objectify, make objective, make actual (also objectivize)
Objectivity
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Objectivity: The state, quality, or relation of being objective character of the object or of the objective. The calm, the cheerfulness, the disinterested objectivity hav
Objectivization
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Objectivization: Act of making objective or impartial (also objectivisation)
Objectivize
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Objectivize: Cause to become objective objectify, make objective, make actual (also objectivise)
Objectize
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Objectize: To make an object of to regard as an object to place in the position of an object. In the latter, as objectized by the former, arise the emotions and affection
Objectless
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Objectless: Having no object purposeless.
Objector
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Objector: One who objects one who offers objections to a proposition or measure.
Objet trouve
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Objet trouve: (French) found object, natural object (such as a piece of wood) viewed as having aesthetic value and exhibited as a work of art even though it was not inte
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