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1 He circumvented their objection to the plan by having one of their own members propose it.
2 The chief objection to this book is its great length.
3 One of the reasons for this objection is that firms may be reluctant to invest in new assembly lines if they cannot achieve economies of scale.
4 And not just that you disagree with them, but to raise an objection.
5 He gives us a version of this objection.
6 immediately you get an objection? You say, how could nonexistence be bad for me?
7 But I want to anticipate one obvious and important objection.
8 However, a few years ago, I posed nude for art students. So my objection to the suggestion of a colleague that I go on a nude vacation was met with derision by my editor.
9 She asked the turnpike-keeper if she might deposit her things at his house for a while, and, on his offering no objection, she dismissed her carriage, and went on to the village alone by a back lane.
10 My objection is not to the idea that the web could become of relatively lesser importance at some point in the future.
11 objection, if we have any, may ultimately end up to the existence of national currency system and whether this issue should be solved from this perspective.
12 She broke in with a ridiculous objection.
13 She ventured an objection.
14 Our guardians had no objection, so off we went.
15 But there is a simpler objection: the picture of relentless decline is wrong, or, to be accurate, half wrong.
16 But there's a philosophical objection to the entire question.
17 Even if they do raise an objection, we must go ahead with our own development works.
18 If they say that you are lacking in some key skill or attribute then you can move into objection handling mode and point out some relevant experience or a countervailing strength.
19 In all that is said by the doctrinarian objection above presented, there is no question of anything but effect, we seek the cause.
20 But once again his ambition was foiled by my fierce objection: that road was too harsh, too dangerous for a cyclist.
21 you have nay objection to the stipulations about the packing and shipping marks?
22 But Zooey has a more substantive objection.
23 A pointed objection to George Bush's policies is not just that they crossed a moral line but that they crossed it to no purpose.
24 Later we'll consider the objection that the original position is not really social, but is the rational choice of one representative person.
25 It starts by raising a certain philosophical objection to the personality theory.
26 deadline of the end of this month, America has lodged an objection and Britain looks poised to follow (see article).
27 Notice that in each case the objection is based on a shibboleth.
28 If there's no objection, shall we say we'll meet every day for an hour?
29 My mother would have had no objection, but my father hates London.
30 A bigger objection to the EEC was that it covered only a small part of Europe.