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objects

Contain different types of BIM content, related to the characteristics and installed use of the products and materials they represent. See also: Building information modeling
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There is one element which SEEMS obviously in common among the different ways of being conscious, and that is, that they are all directed to OBJECTS.
Until very lately I believed, as he did, that mental phenomena have essential reference to objects, except possibly in the case of pleasure and pain.
The reference of thoughts to objects is not, I believe, the simple direct essential thing that Brentano and Meinong represent it as being.
This instrument was designed for the purpose of rendering visible on the surface of the moon any object exceeding nine feet in diameter.
The object was to select some lofty mountain, and there are not many of these in the United States.
This is likewise the case with regard to perception: for the object of perception is, it appears, prior to the act of perception.
If, however, our definition was not complete, if those things only are properly called relative in the case of which relation to an external object is a necessary condition of existence, perhaps some explanation of the dilemma may be found.
But as the ultimate object of these papers is to determine clearly and fully the merits of this Constitution, and the expediency of adopting it, our plan cannot be complete without taking a more critical and thorough survey of the work of the convention, without examining it on all its sides, comparing it in all its parts, and calculating its probable effects.
Without substantially accomplishing this part of their undertaking, they would have very imperfectly fulfilled the object of their appointment, or the expectation of the public; yet that it could not be easily accomplished, will be denied by no one who is unwilling to betray his ignorance of the subject.
This strong propensity of the human heart would find powerful auxiliaries in the objects of State regulation.
It is a known fact in human nature, that its affections are commonly weak in proportion to the distance or diffusiveness of the object.
I am known," said the Object, dashing itself again at the wall, "as the Consciousness of Duty Well Performed.