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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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In excluding age in Alvarado's custody determination to maintain the test's objectiveness, Justice Kennedy argued that such an exclusion was justified since the inclusion of age would not further the clarity of the Miranda rule, based on the Supreme Court's decision in Berkemer.
The purposeful omissions of direct references to the LIU-BC library were used to distance the library, as an institution, and achieve a higher level of objectiveness in the responses.
The questioning of judicial wisdom, political neutrality, and ideological objectiveness is a mainstay of the American law school curriculum.
Finally, copies of a draft questionnaire were sent to industry professionals to pre-test for the objectiveness and clarity of questions.
I'm simply a fan of objectiveness and historical exactness.
When he takes his stand as a scientist, Du Bois actually produces passages which in their scientific objectiveness can be rather dehumanizing and can go against his own injunction that the South be studied in "frank and fair" terms (321):
Truth, reality, and objectiveness when perceiving the outer world are essential to the process of learning and knowing, and even to that of imagining.
Globalization does not simply refer to the objectiveness of increasing interconnectedness.
Performance orientation and objectiveness were seen as independent of a specific gender.
The comprehensiveness and objectiveness (of the reform programs) seems sensible to us," he said.
Technology transfer on the other hand may broadly be defined as a process of developing or acquiring, and then disseminating or diffusing, blending or upgrading of technology from one source to another, after suitable assessment refinement and adoption, with the objectiveness and productivity of the latter.
Jarman's later features, drawing on narrative approaches he explored more fully in his early Super-8 work, would continue to play with the objectiveness of historical representations.