Is sydney defined as an object?

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evaaholt
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My friend and i have had this debate for nearly 4 years and we both have opposing arguments. Is Sydney, the city defined as an object? i don’t think it is.
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(Original post by evaaholt)
My friend and i have had this debate for nearly 4 years and we both have opposing arguments. Is Sydney, the city defined as an object? i don’t think it is.
think it's just a city love
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think it's just a city love
but is it defined as an object - that’s the question. not whether it is a city or not. is the city an object?
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It's an object of thought.
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a noun is an object, but a proper noun is a place or name (like Sydney) :confused:
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