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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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Whether Daston and Galison's history of objectivity is supported by more specialized studies into particular disciplines is a matter for future scholarship, as is the applicability of their thesis to contemporary scientific practice.
Critics of this view respond that conventions of objectivity allow researchers to chip away at chunks of reality that, with perseverance, yield basic laws of nature.
CPAs ALSO HAVE TO CONSIDER rules on independence, integrity and objectivity, accounting principles, confidential client information and contingent fees.
Cromer has no doubt (and I share his conviction) that objectivity and scientific thinking are more than just one more way of looking at the world.
A 60-day free trial of Objectivity/DB is available on the website, and Objectivity also provides free web-based Object Database Training Courses.
Note to editors: Objectivity and Objectivity/DB are trademarks of Objectivity Inc.
Objectivity boosts developer productivity, shortens time-to-market and provides the ideal platform for mission-critical applications requiring continuous performance and adaptability to future technologies.
I am particularly enthused about our 26 percent increase in annual bookings, which reflects a growing acceptance of Objectivity/DB and provides Objectivity with a solid base for continued revenue growth," Jarrell said.
To register for WorldView 2000, please visit the Objectivity Web site at www.
With Rose Objectivity Link, Rational Software customers can generate and maintain an Objectivity-using application program from within Rational Rose.
By incorporating Verity's leading search technology into Objectivity's new media frameworks, we will allow our customers to deploy solutions faster," said William Evans, vice president of marketing at Objectivity.