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CERTAIN OBJECTIONS
FOUR MAIN OBJECTIONS
BRITISH OBJECTIONS
FINAL REJECTION
GENERAL OBJECTIONS
TRIVIAL OBJECTIONS
JEWISH OBJECTIONS
MATERIAL OBJECTIONS
PRELIMINARY OBJECTIONS
STRONG OBJECTIONS
MEASURE
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Definitions

  1. His objections were overruled, and Groves resigned himself to leading a project he thought had little chance of success.
  2. Objections were also raised to Zermelo's use of the axiom of choice, although this axiom quickly found broad acceptance among mathematicians.
  3. Objections are a legal and proper part of the trial process. (Web site)
  4. Objections were lodged by five Anglicans from the Nkhotakota region.
  5. The objections were particularly voiced when the Linux kernel was awarded the Golden Nica in the "net" category of Ars Electronica 1999. (Web site)

Anderson

  1. Anderson, being a firm believer in the doctrines and teachings of the Mormon Church, made no objections. (Web site)

Instance

  1. The apostle Paul, for instance, anticipated objections which arise from misunderstanding of his doctrine. (Web site)

Beijing

  1. The video report was titled, "Objections to Dalai Lama visit," and was filed from Beijing by CNN's Emily Chang. (Web site)

Treaty

  1. The sultan rejected the treaty, however, partly because of the objections of the British and French ambassadors in Istanbul. (Web site)

Interpretation

  1. However, there have been a few objections to this interpretation.

Judge

  1. The judge may agree or disagree with such objections. (Web site)

Trial

  1. Attorneys may make objections during the trial in an effort to limit the testimony being presented. (Web site)

Scheme

  1. He also failed to uphold objections that the scheme would damage the area's breeding grounds for rare birds or its protected peatlands.

Poland

  1. Poland tried to introduce a formal Numerus Clausus law in 1923, but faced objections from the League of Nations.

Office

  1. The present Commission, the Barroso Commission, took office in late 2004 after being delayed by objections from the Parliament which forced a reshuffle. (Web site)

Format

  1. Please follow the style used by the article's existing citations and do not change the format without checking for objections on the talk page.

Frege

  1. Michael Dummett here expands upon his interpretation of Frege, and answers criticisms and objections that have been raised.

Public Inquiry

  1. Objections to the provisional recommendations led to a public inquiry which was held in Bridgend on 28 June and in Pontypridd on 30 June 2004.

Examining Attorney

  1. If the examining attorney assigned to an application raises no objections to registration.

Specific Objections

  1. As late as yesterday, many people had still not listed all their specific objections to the text, or were talking vaguely about "examples" etc.

Strenuous Objections

  1. Over the strenuous objections of his doctors, Tupac appeared in court shortly before sentence was passed. (Web site)

Proposed Joint Effort

  1. However, objections from Orthodox rabbis torpedoed this effort at cooperation, and the proposed joint effort faltered. (Web site)

Several Objections

  1. Opponents made several objections to the Friedman and Schwartz thesis that are worth highlighting here. (Web site)

Parental Objections

  1. After two years (1860-62) with the army in Algeria, he went to Paris, over parental objections, to study painting. (Web site)

Official-Language Controversy

  1. As with the official-language controversy, objections to the use of Taiwanese came not only from Mainlander groups, but also Hakka and aborigines. (Web site)

Certain Objections

  1. Certain objections arise to the theory that the spirits of the dead communicate. (Web site)

Four Main Objections

  1. There were four main objections made to communist-anarchism by the individualists.

British Objections

  1. Almost 12 years after losing the Falkland Islands War to Britain, Argentina has won a diplomatic battle to rearm its military over British objections.

Final Rejection

  1. Overcome adverse actions, objections, or final rejection of your patent application with this complete strategy guide. (Web site)

General Objections

  1. At the time, we had nothing against Cyber Patrol, Microsystems, or Mattel beyond our general objections to censorware. (Web site)

Trivial Objections

  1. The fallacy of trivial objections, is also referred to as nothing but objections, barrage of objections and banal objections. (Web site)
  2. Trivial objections often appear when an argument is difficult to oppose. (Web site)

Jewish Objections

  1. Jewish objections to Messianic Judaism are numerous and often begin with objections to the term "Messianic Judaism" itself.

Material Objections

  1. The examination of evidence from a search is intended to fully report all "material objections" to the title. (Web site)

Preliminary Objections

  1. A respondent who does not wish to submit to the jurisdiction of the Court may raise Preliminary Objections. (Web site)

Strong Objections

  1. Over strong objections from Beijing, Governor Chris Patten introduced democratic reforms to the election process for the Legislative Council of Hong Kong.
  2. However, France agreed in June 1939 to transfer Hatay Province to Turkish sovereignty, despite the strong objections of Syria's political leaders. (Web site)
  3. Those plans have prompted strong objections from Moscow, but Obering said they were not aimed at Russia.

Measure

  1. The measure had to be enforced, however, over the objections of the colons, who made little distinction between Muslims and Jews. (Web site)

Paper

  1. The objections which this paper raises are not directed against any lack of logic in the presentations cited.
  2. Hilbert submitted a paper on the subject, and despite objections from Gordan, the world expert on invariant theory, it was accepted. (Web site)

Published

  1. These objections were published in a document called The Remonstrance of 1610, and his proponents were therefore also known as Remonstrants. (Web site)

Section

  1. In the next section we discuss the objections that most anarchists have towards the Platform.
  2. There are, however, still traditionalists within the fencing community who have fundamental objections to the practice (discussed later on in this section). (Web site)

Transfer

  1. The transfer, however, triggered objections from military counter-intelligence who suspected he was a hidden Communist and regarded him as a security risk.

Issue

  1. If the applicant's response does not overcome all objections, the examining attorney will issue a final refusal.
  2. Egypt has not voiced major objections on the issue of Nile water diversion, which Sudan's hydroelectric project would entail.

Policy

  1. But serious objections to the policy came from the London Borough of Bromley, an area of London which has no Underground stations. (Web site)
  2. Labour OTOH might grumble, but they have no fundamental objections, and it basically matches their policy of leaving the seats' fate in the hands of Maori. (Web site)

Exchange

  1. In July 1990, Kohl asked Soviet leader Gorbachev to drop his objections in exchange for financial aid from (West) Germany.

Order

  1. Application may be amended in order to meet the objections. (Web site)

Place

  1. Labour's original plans to place the foreshore and seabed in Crown ownership were scuttled after the vehement objections of its influential Maori MPs. (Web site)

Couple

  1. Princess Victoria's uncle, King William IV, disapproved of the match, but his objections failed to dissuade the couple.
  2. A couple has religious objections to fertilization taking place outside the body. (Web site)

Days

  1. Objections to debtor's exemption claims must be filed within 30 days of the date a creditors meeting is completed. (Web site)
  2. The statement shall be served on the appellee, who may serve objections or propose amendments thereto within 10 days after service.

Bill

  1. If the Houses differ as to the objections, the bill cannot be reintroduced in the legislative session of that year. (Web site)

House

  1. If he disapproves of the bill, he must return it to the House in which it originated together with his objections. (Web site)

Letter

  1. The letter stated her objections to Muslims in France ritually slaughtering sheep by slitting their throats without stunning them first. (Web site)

Implementing

  1. Your suggestions are very helpful in my opinion and I would have no objections to implementing the naming of Scouting articles as you suggest.

Categories

  1. Objection
  2. Applicant
  3. Time > Events > Protests > Petition
  4. Amendments
  5. Thought > Belief > Religion > Religion And Economics

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