- r in a subjective way
you cannot look at these facts subjectively
- At KFC, however, Jennifer is judged subjectively by her bosses on her commitment to regional restaurant managers.
- Evidence-based research means, more or less, that someone has done statistical analyses on subjectively chosen "outcome parameters.
- Another problem is that stimulants appear to increase users' desire subjectively, rather than satisfying it.
News & Articles
- Supreme Court Adopts Subjective Putative Spouse Test
A woman who claims she did not know that the man she married was already married to someone else, until after the man died, may sue for wrongful death as a putative spouse if she subjectively believed that he was single, the California Supreme Court ruled yesterday.
June 21, 2013 - Metropolitan News-Enterprise
- Ross Lyon in Melbourne Herald Sun
I had to find out what was and was not in place. It doesn't make it right or wrong, what I'm bringing, but subjectively I thought we should go this way and that took a while to nut out,Lyon said. "I had to handle the shift from Sydney in a...
- James Weaver in Motorsport.com
Subjectively at Sebring we were at 60 percent, here we are getting about 80 percent out the car and the engine. It shows there is a huge amount of potential in it,said Weaver on the team's development of the new prototype.
- Sitiveni Rabuka in Stuff.co.nz
It appears that some governments are subjectively looking at visa applications and the information we enter into our applications may not be the deciders of whether we are good to enter or banned from entering a country,Rabuka said. "When...