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  • n  one who does not side with any party in a war or dispute
  • s  having no personal preference
    a neutral observer
  • s  having only a limited ability to react chemically; chemically inactive
  • s  not supporting or favoring either side in a war, dispute, or contest
  • a  possessing no distinctive quality or characteristics
  • a  having no hue
    neutral colors like black or white
  • s  lacking distinguishing quality or characteristics
    a neutral personality that made no impression whatever
  • s  having no net electric charge

  • Little mountain-locked Switzerland, with a tradition of neutrality rooted four centuries back, kept out of the last war and is determined to keep out of the next.
  • We had a deficit-neutral reserve fund, and both the House and Senate marks also have a deficit-neutral reserve fund for clean energy.
  • Nazis use food to smash their enemies in neutral countries, before trying military occupation.
News & Articles

  • Neutral Stance on Capital One
    On Jun 7, 2013, we reiterated our long-term recommendation on Capital One Financial Corp. at Neutral based on the continued synergies from its geographic diversification, recent acquisitions and solid ...
    June 12, 2013 - Zacks via Yahoo! Finance
  • Neutral Stance on Capital One - Analyst Blog
    On Jun 7, 2013, we reiterated our long-term recommendation on Capital One Financial Corp . ( COF ) at Neutral based on the continued synergies from its geographic diversification, recent
    June 12, 2013 - Nasdaq
  • Neutral on Astec
    On Jun 7, we maintained our Neutral recommendation on Astec Industries Inc.
    June 11, 2013 - Zacks via Yahoo! Finance
Quotes

  • Lance Armstrong in Sydney Morning Herald
    The first week we can't have any mistake,Armstrong said. "We can't lose time. I have to get through the first week neutral. There will be people, I think, that will be minutes behind. If you consider the first three or four stages in...
  • Sidney Crosby in USA Today
    They do a good job of definitely clogging up the neutral zone and holding up,Crosby said. "As players, you have to battle through that sometimes and hope they get the calls."
  • Jeff Sessions in Politico
    Sen. Jeff Sessions, the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said senators "must determine if Ms. Sotomayor understands that the proper role of a judge is to act as a neutral umpire of the law, calling balls and strikes fairly...

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