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They became pals but not so close that Ramsey-Zoe couldn’t direct Friend without objectivity.
Most journalists are discouraged from taking part in off-the-clock activities that could call their objectivity into question.
The whole point of risk-limiting audits is that machines are great for speed, accuracy, and objectivity—but let’s audit them to make sure they don’t make mistakes and they haven’t been hacked.
Science is often painted as a holy endeavor embodying objectivity and truth.
The authors of Russian Traits and Terrors speak of him as "one whose scientific accuracy and objectivity is beyond praise."
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This objectivity does not leave him even in cases where one would certainly expect him to express an opinion of his own.
Through all of Spektor's works passes the same melancholy strain, coupled with a strict objectivity of conception.
She unites her husband's objectivity with a fine discrimination of humor which is her own.
But this objectivity, though intellectually honest, tells the child only what other people believe.
Men are more and more feeling the necessity of conceding a validity and objectivity to the concepts of History.

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