India Court Adjourns Google-Facebook Case
Delhi High Court adjourned until Aug. 7 its hearing of a petition by Google and Facebook to terminate criminal proceedings against them for allegedly hosting objectionable material on their sites.
In Copenhagen, ‘To Be Elaborated’ Means a Stalemate
By ANDREW C. REVKIN and JOHN M. BRODER
The top United Nations climate official said the many disputes at the climate conference reflected the challenge of finding common ground among 193 countries.
Health Workers' 'Conscience' Rule Set to Be Voided
The Obama administration's move to rescind broad new job protections for health workers who refuse to provide care they find objectionable triggered an immediate political storm yesterday, underscoring the difficulties the president faces in his effort to find common ground on anything related to...
(By Rob Stein, The Washington Post)
Iraqi Council Ends Objection to Election Law
By ERICA GOODE and RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr.
Iraq’s presidency council withdrew its objection to a law calling for provincial elections, temporarily defusing a dispute between the two largest Shiite factions.
to feel or express opposition to or dislike of something or someone:
Would anyone object if we started the meeting now?
He objects to the label 'magician' which he is often given.
No-one objected when the boss said it was time to go home.
Her objection to/against the plan is based on incorrect facts.
A couple of people raised/voiced objections.
[+ that] The only objection I have is that it may cost more than expected.
describes people or things that you dislike or oppose because they are so unpleasant or wrong:
an objectionable smell
I found the violence in that film really objectionable.
200 objectors were present at the inquiry.
a conscientious objector