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Object

As a verb, to take exception to something; to declare or express the belief that something is improper or illegal.As a noun, the thing sought to be accomplished or attained; aim; purpose; intention.

One might, for example, object to the admission of particular evidence at a trial.

The object of a civil suit, for example, might be to be compensated in the form of damages for an injury incurred.

object

1) v. to ask the court not to allow a particular question asked of a witness by the opposing lawyer on the basis that it is either legally not permitted or in its wording is confusing or improper in its "form." An attorney may also object to an answer on the basis that it is not "responsive," to the question, on the basis a witness is limited to answering a question and is not allowed to make unsolicited comments. The trial attorney must be alert and quick in order to object before the witness answers. This is called an "objection" and must be based on a specific list of legal restrictions on questions. 2) n. a particular thing. 3) n. an aim or purpose, as "the object of the contract..." (See: objection)

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About 0.1% of the common shares are held by Odd Lot Holders as of 20 March 2018.
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Evidently, if modulus [J.sub.p] [greater than or equal to] [J.sub.x] + [[kappa].sub.n-1], then each odd prime number of such a set of odd numbers belongs in a residue class, thus number n of n-odd prime numbers is less than [J.sub.p].
f ([v.sub.i,j]) = -1, if i and j are odd or i and j are even, = 1, if i is even and j is odd or i is odd and j is even.
4 : not one of a pair or a set <She found an odd glove.>
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