• a moving object
  • 動く物体
  • a tiny object
  • ちっぽけなもの
  • achieve one's object
  • 自分の目標を達成する
  • I object.
  • (裁判などで)異議あり
  • It was objected [Some objected] that ....
  • …という反対が出た
  • object to the idea
  • その考えに反対する
  • with the object of providing up-to-date findings
  • 最新の知見を提供するために
  • According to classical physics, these massive stellar objects exert a gravitational attraction that is strong enough to prevent anything, even electromagnetic radiation, from escaping past the Schwarzschild radius.
  • Wikipedia: Electron
  • An M followed by a space or hyphen has the space or hyphen removed, so that searching for Messier catalogue objects is simplified and a user input of M45, M 45 or M-45 all result in the same query being executed; similarly, NGC designations and common search terms such as Shoemaker Levy and T Tauri are stripped of spaces.
  • Wikipedia: Astrophysics Data System
  • Another way is to stare at an object behind the picture in an attempt to establish proper divergence, while keeping part of the eyesight fixed on the picture to convince the brain to focus on the picture.
  • Wikipedia: Autostereogram
  • Apollonius problem is to construct one or more circles tangent to three given objects in a plane, which may be circles, points, or lines.
  • Wikipedia: Problem of Apollonius
  • As the object moves through different regions of the stellar wind during its 5.6-day orbit, the UV lines, the radio emission, and the X-rays themselves all vary.
  • Wikipedia: Cygnus X-1
  • Bowlby's reliance on Piaget's theory of cognitive development gave rise to questions about object permanence (the ability to remember an object that is temporarily absent) in early attachment behaviours.
  • Wikipedia: Attachment theory
  • Classifier systems in many nearby languages and language groups (such as Vietnamese and the Tai languages) are very similar to the Chinese classifier system in both grammatical structure and the parameters along which some objects are grouped together.
  • Wikipedia: Chinese classifier
  • Commercially produced replicas—such as drinking glasses, plates, spoons, and even a backgammon game—have been made from many of the objects belonging to the crew or officers found on the ship.
  • Wikipedia: Vasa (ship)
  • Finally, the background sky is darker in space than on the ground, because air absorbs solar energy during the day and then releases it at night, producing a faint—but nevertheless discernible—airglow that washes out low-contrast astronomical objects.
  • Wikipedia: Hubble Space Telescope
  • Hence, Leibniz was forced to postulate the existence of an aether that kept objects moving and allowed for elastic collisions.
  • Wikipedia: Conatus
  • However, Alan Stern, the director of NASA's mission to Pluto, rejects the current IAU definition of planet, both in terms of defining dwarf planets as something other than a type of planet, and in using orbital characteristics (rather than intrinsic characteristics) of objects to define them as dwarf planets.
  • Wikipedia: Dwarf planet
  • In 1021, Alhazen (Ibn al-Haytham) published the Book of Optics, in which he presented a series of arguments dismissing the emission theory in favour of the now accepted intromission theory of vision, in which light moves from an object into the eye.
  • Wikipedia: Speed of light
  • In spite of the lower likelihood of giant planet formation, just such an object has been found in the globular cluster Messier 4.
  • Wikipedia: Globular cluster
  • In the 1993 film Farewell My Concubine, by Chen Kaige, Peking opera serves as the object of pursuit for the protagonists and a backdrop for their romance.
  • Wikipedia: Peking opera
  • In topology, mathematicians study the properties of objects that remain invariant even under deformation, properties such as their connectedness.
  • Wikipedia: Emmy Noether
  • Infrared light from the object revealed the presence of methane ice, indicating that the surface may be similar to that of Pluto, which at the time was the only TNO known to have surface methane, and of Neptune's moon Triton, which also has methane on its surface.
  • Wikipedia: Eris (dwarf planet)
  • Iron, copper and copper alloy objects were kept moist in a sodium sesquicarbonate solution to prevent oxidisation and reaction with the chlorides that had penetrated the surface.
  • Wikipedia: Mary Rose