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Objective (mutual funds)

The fund's investment strategy category as stated in the prospectus. There are more than 20 standardized categories. E.g. Aggressive growth, balanced.
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Instead, the 6th Circuit says the only question is whether the statement in question was objectively false or not.
This is the first time that we have had the ability to objectively evaluate pelvic floor strength and to measure improvement over time in our patients," he said.
lt;/pre> <p>Thus, sales tax will not apply to a transaction where, looking objectively at the entire transaction, the transaction is principally the provision of a service, even though tangible personal property is exchanged incidentally.
This simple method of controlled displacement provides the yoghurt manufacturer with a way of objectively analysing the core characteristic of gel set strength, providing a unique means to optimise product formulation and ensure consistent product quality.
Additionally, whether a person is objectively or subjectively self-aware, OSA theory contends that whatever is the focus of attention in any given situation will draw causal attributions (i.
The officer argued that this belief was objectively reasonable.
A recent study funded by the National MS Society provides evidence that this symptom can be measured objectively and points to a link between MS and mental fatigue.
A new report indicates that most states have mandated teaching about religion objectively in social studies classes.
In this randomized, controlled, 6-month efficacy trial, outcomes were measured subjectively by patients' reports of symptom status and objectively by Hallpike testing.
All 17 boys also were given a computer test that uses an infrared motion analysis system to objectively measure activity, movement and attention.
In conciliation, for example, the BBB helps facilitate communication between the two conflicting parties--the customer and the business--by objectively sharing their viewpoints.
Then he must ask if the death was an objectively foreseeable result of the deceased's actions; did he realize the danger of his actions and deliberately assume the risk, or was his death caused by an unexpected event?