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Author Alice George also has the chance to analyze more objectively than Glenn’s own comprehensive 1999 memoir.
This is because the moves of professional chess players in games, going back over a century, are recorded, and so researchers can objectively analyze the quality of players’ moves over their career, inferring cognitive rise and decline.
Some of these sounds are objectively damaging to our health.
The Pro Max may be objectively “better” when it comes to maintaining detail and combatting noise in low-light, but that could come at the cost of some number of missed shots.
“I never felt subjectively, and no one ever told me objectively, that my probation was limiting the cases to which I was being appointed,” Winger said.
MAINE HIRES LAWYERS WITH CRIMINAL RECORDS TO DEFEND ITS POOREST RESIDENTSBY SAMANTHA HOGAN, THE MAINE MONITOR, WITH DATA ANALYSIS BY AGNEL PHILIPOCTOBER 6, 2020PROPUBLICA
“What we found is when you are not very confident, you’re unbiased … you incorporate information objectively,” says Rollwage.
We’ve all sat in positions—hunched over a screen or a book—that were objectively terrible for our bodies.
Aristotle believed that organisms have an essentially goal-directed, or teleological nature, and that this grounds what is objectively good or bad for the organism.
For the most part he holds back his own opinions and does an amazing job of objectively going through the pros and cons of each approach.
I live in New York City and during the excruciating summer months, I have a talent for picking what is objectively the stupidest time to exercise.

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