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  • adv. in an unobjective manner; in a manner lacking objectivity


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  • The traditional media seem ever more obsessed with hype and with setting the agenda, rather than reporting unobjectively and airing comprehensive analysis.

    The Welsh blogosphere: Life after Blamerbell

  • If we would just research unobjectively with out prejudice, we might find other uses that the hemp plant is good for and in conclusion the government and the people would agree on something.

    Marijuana: Legalize or Not

  • Today, however, after the first impact of this onslaught has worn off, more and more Africans are seeking a reinterpretation and a new pride in their old indigenous cultures, without, at the same time, being immobilized by looking back too fondly and unobjectively upon former ancient grandeur.

    International Aspects of American Race Relations

  • Watts (Anthony), who has little scientific expertise, makes arguments that have a certain populist or political appeal but little scientific basis, and uncritically and unobjectively pushes any odd material he thinks might challenge global warming.


  • Are you saying you like the idea of a judge applying the law passionaltely and unobjectively?

    Blog updates

  • "They included a lot of slander, false information, acted unfairly and unobjectively, and we resolutely oppose this," Qin said in a statement on the ministry's website.

    The Times of India


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