Whether that is a good idea, or whether it should even be a goal in the future, are different questions.
The goal is to make art more assertive, and more accessible to more people.
His goal of coming across as humble subtracts from his ability to share just exactly how he became so great at such a young age.
Mr. Obama will also announce a change in the American goal—without calling attention to the new objective.
My goal is to keep breaking the door open wider so Hollywood doesn't say, 'No, you can't star a woman in this.'
All thinking towards any goal is a similar instance of the law of combination.
The coachman, nearing the goal, had given the horse his head.
Thus I beheld at last the goal of my journey from Luristan, and was not disappointed.
This is the goal of woman's struggle for progress, it is the sole end worthy of it.
In their own likeness they created their goal, and the road to it.
1530s, "end point of a race," of uncertain origin. The noun gol appears once before this, in a poem from early 14c. and with an apparent sense of "boundary, limit." Perhaps from Old English *gal "obstacle, barrier," a word implied by gælan "to hinder." Or from Old French gaule "a pole," from Germanic; or a figurative use of Middle English gale "a way, course." Sports sense of "place where the ball is put to score" is attested from 1540s. Figurative sense of "object of an effort" is from 1540s.
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