возражение; протест ; неприязнь ; нелюбовь ; неодобрение; недостаток ; дефект
- But to see communicative significance as deriving from the phylogenetically arbitrary status of apine dance, as a solution to their co-ordination problem, is open to a serious objection.
- That Vic Williams was a voluntary and not a conscripted soldier was irrelevant to the issue of conscientious objection, she added.
- Judge Owen said he had no objection to the officers not revealing their names and addresses in open court but he would not allow evidence to be given in secret.
- All the more disappointing therefore to learn later that some Seniors members who had blackballed me for Muirfield had now put in an objection to my joining this club too.
- For there is no objection to people forming their own judgment on any issue they like.
- One last objection, sir.
- Pakistan haven't complained yet but ICC secretary Colonel John Stephenson has sent a FAX to their Board "asking whether there is any official objection".
- One objection that is raised with regard to this type of evaluation is the difficulty of being objective.
- Test drilling was also planned in Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Somerset and on two sites in the Cheviot Hills, nearly always (to try to avoid objection) using publicly owned land.
- Reid's objection, which has been reiterated over the years, is often supplemented with its converse.
- Hayman waved the objection aside.
- But at least she made no objection.
- The Kennel Club have made clear their objection to a compulsory scheme based on tattooing or branding, a scheme favoured by many (including over 80% of SHE readers).