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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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If your employer wants you to retire at a certain age, for example, 65, your employer must be able to objectively justify this retirement age whatever it is.
METI's White Paper on International Economy and Trade provides evidence based on facts and statistics, which enables us to review it objectively. Japan SPOTLIGHT highlights the White Paper in the September/October issue every year.
While plaintiff argues it had a basis to suspect violations of the Lanham Act when it filed the initial complaint, since it had a valid registration for the VIVE mark, the record shows that its position became objectively unreasonable as soon as the litigation got started.
'China hopes that all parties will treat Pakistan's counter-terrorism efforts objectively and impartially, instead of relying on criticism and pressure,' he added.
Appellees moved for summary judgment, arguing that, despite Avinas broken arm, the officers actions were objectively reasonable.
"The court decided to base the ruling on the fact that a firm called Ludovika Energy has failed to prove that its previous 10-year deadline was objectively insufficient to conclude a geological survey and failed to provide evidence to confirm that a further extension was objectively necessary.The Supreme Court ruled on the matter on November 8, 2017, with no option of appeal, TASR wrote.
Glosson Plaintiff Fleeta Johnsons argument on appeal was that there was a genuine issue of material fact with regard to her motor vehicle accident that caused her to suffer an objectively manifested impairment and whether her injuries affected her general ability to lead her normal life.
With perceptions of bias so pervasive, it is perhaps not surprising that less than a majority of Americans, 44%, say they can think of a news source that reports the news objectively. Even though Democrats are much less likely to perceive bias in the media than Republicans, Democrats are only somewhat more likely than Republicans to say they can think of an objective news source, 51% to 42%.
The studies was performed a meta-analysis of eight studies that included 17,308 pregnant women who were assessed for sleep duration (all studies used self-reported questionnaires except one which measured sleep objectively using an accelerometer) and gestational diabetes.
Pimentel said the proposed independent body should investigate the incident 'objectively' and follow the evidence even if it reaches to the 'doorstep' of the former leader.
" Each raised questions about whether they complied with two Bar advertising rules: 1) whether they promised results to potential clients; and 2) whether they characterized the "skills, experience, reputation, or record" of the firm in a way that is not objectively verifiable.
We used three methods--acoustic and aerodynamic voice analyses, the GRBAS (grade, roughness, breathiness, asthenicity, and strain) scale, and the voice handicap index-30 (VHI-30)--to assess vocal function objectively, perceptually, and subjectively, respectively.