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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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They can be scientific arguments--already objectivized by the researches of several scientists in the world--that can be used to support clinical judgments, which are elaborated by psychiatrists in each and every analyzed case.
If, from one side, the Spirit (metaphor of human kind) must objectivize itself (through work, arts, political systems, right, and so on) in order to give a concrete form to its own historical-intellectual patrimony, on the other side the subjective spirit (the individual) must re-appropriate this objectivized patrimony in order to realize a full synthesis between the objective spirit and the subjective spirit (that is to say, culture in a broader sense).
By analyzing concrete texts from the bottom up, SKAD attempts to reconstruct the processes in which meaning structures are socially constructed, objectivized, communicated, and legitimized on the institutional or social actors' level.
Dualistic views of differences involved the juxtaposition of some objectivized substance or process and its negation: of reason and emotion; of reality and mere appearances; of what is good and what diminishes it; of theory and practice.
Law is the objectivized universal for which we should be ready to sacrifice our lives.
Acknowledging the claims of the traumatized community or society and consensus as to the meaning of the traumatic experience become objectivized symbolically in places of memory and in commemorative rituals.
Objectivized sensemaking in the social sector can be defined as a highly precise bottom-up mode of organizational identity construction.
Therefore the intentions of the prose writer are refracted, and refracted at different angles depending on the degree to which the refracted, heteroglot languages he deals with are socially-ideologically alien, already embodied and already objectivized.
This statement is true if we insert ourselves in the history of Sheikh Zoubeir, which the authors' opening gambit has set us up to do (imaginatively, one presumes, although it is not entirely clear): "While he invented nothing--or very little--apart from himself, Shakespeare has become the fictive name for the limitless horizon of an infinity of fictions that endlessly sustains both the modern myth of culture and its postmodern generalization in and as aestheticized, objectivized and autonomized medium of exchange that has 'created its own order'" (ibid.
Thus, suicide is objectivized in these schemes and is anchored in the pre-existing relations.
Dignity means Worth or Worthiness in some "absolute," autonomized and objectivized, as it were "featural" sense .
In Central European poetic idioms, the emotional ties to the father are often objectivized in a series of remarkable historical and political allusions.