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“Also needed to mention my favorite quote from her post: "we'll keep reminding some in the media that Americans are very tired of [the AP's] non-objective reporting.”
“The main thing is that a number of readers have labeled me a very non-objective person, who has deliberately collected all kinds of dirt and thus provoked equally dirty comments.”
“In art: The decade often labeled as complacent, compliant and conservative, gave birth to form-breaking, non-objective art and abstract expressionism from artists like Pollack, Rauschenberg, Johns, de Kooning, Rothko and Kandinsky - all of which culminated in the opening of New York's groundbreaking Guggenheim museum in 1959.”
“That makes him another non-objective, lying liberal phoney. yvonne”
“Ben Grasso and Thomas Spoerndle are two with whom I feel some kinship; Spoerndle's work is completely non-objective, and Grasso's paintings are more overtly metaphorical than mine, so they represent opposite ends of the spectrum in which I place myself.”
“But the Obama administration denounced WikiLeaks as "irresponsible" and non-objective -- and argued that the president had announced "a new strategy" for Afghanistan last December "precisely because of the grave situation that had developed over several years.”
“She introduces the question of effectiveness with the evidently non-objective assertion, "Whether they actually reduce crashes is questionable.”
“Palermo was particularly interested in non-objective, semiotic color propositions.”
“I am very suspicious where a non-objective source controls which part of the recording is released e.g., Israel with the flotilla raid tapes.”
“In 1930 Louise Nevelson studied with Hilla Rebay, whose theory of non-objective art was concerned with the link between spiritual concepts and formal aesthetics.”
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