objects in English

noun
1
a material thing that can be seen and touched.
he was dragging a large object
2
a person or thing to which a specified action or feeling is directed.
disease became the object of investigation
verb
1
say something to express one's disapproval of or disagreement with something.
residents object to the volume of traffic
synonyms: protest (against)lodge a protest against oppose raise objections toexpress disapproval oftake exception totake issue withtake a stand againstargue againstquarrel with condemn draw the line atdemur atdisapprove of mind complain aboutcavil atquibble aboutbeg to differ withkick up a fuss/stink aboutkvetch about
noun
verb
    protest (against)

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1. Aligns objects with other objects in 2D and 3D

2. More importantly, these objects will be connected with other objects.

3. Category theory deals with abstract objects and morphisms between those objects.

4. The prosecution objects!

5. Objects not inserted

6. POV-Ray # objects

7. As civilisation evolved painters noted that near objects can overlap distant objects.

8. For, instance, inanimate objects are typically easier to identify than animate objects.

9. Azure PowerShell Context objects

10. Objects of Concentrative Meditation

11. Archaeoastronomy uses celestial objects

12. Toggle Solar system objects

13. The photography of objects (packshot product), Jewelry, decorative objects, fashion, advertising (cosmetics, food, medicine) ...

14. Starlike objects that may be the most distant and brightest objects in the universe

15. Design of advertising objects

16. Antlia contains no Messier objects but there are a few interesting deep-sky objects

17. Software for grouping elementary digital objects representative of real moving objects, from cartographic data and algorithms obtained from studying the movements of these objects

18. All actual objects are concrete.

19. All physical objects occupy space.

20. Creating and returning new objects

21. I mean, they're Newtonian objects.

22. In Autodesk Navisworks, you can use the following methods of Culling objects: Area - the objects’ size in pixels determines whether the objects are rendered or not.

23. Appurtenance definition is - accessory objects

24. Binoculars magnify far-off objects.

25. Computer software (recorded programmes) for grouping elementary digital objects representative of real moving objects, from cartographic data and algorithms obtained from studying the movements of these objects

26. The adapter gives easy access to Doors objects like documents, baselines, modules, requirements, embedded objects, etc.

27. Data describing particles that represent each of the objects is generated from geometric data for objects.

28. The computer model makes use of abstraction-based data objects as well as image-based data objects.

29. A device (1) for salvaging objects on the seabed, e.g. sunken ships, submarines or other shipwrecked objects.

30. A formula for the number of possible Combinations of r objects from a set of n objects

31. For example, cold objects normally give off less radiation, than hot objects, which give off more radiation.

32. The Bricoleur is a specialist in combinatorial logic, a craftsman who creates objects by rearranging other objects

33. Anomia definition, the inability to name objects or to recognize the written or spoken names of objects

34. Hence, for further construal, definitions are sought by distinguishing between “space objects” and “aero/aerial/air objects

35. Hence, for further construal, definitions are sought by distinguishing between “space objects” and “aero/aerial/air objects”.

36. All Arborist trees are Node objects

37. %# of %# objects could not be inserted

38. Are you carrying any metal objects?

39. Classifications identify and characterize similar objects

40. Comparing two unlike objects or issues

41. The Hidden Life of Everyday Objects.

42. Nevertheless, they were “objects of hatred.”

43. All objects are subject to gravity.

44. Smaller objects have smaller Schwarzschild radii.

45. X-rays can penetrate many objects.

46. Conversely, small objects seem farther away

47. Barline objects are created by: Bar_engraver

48. Illuminated and self-illuminating advertising objects

49. Surface abrasive treatment of small objects

50. The relics were objects of veneration.