neutrality :

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nooh tra luh tee

  • n  nonparticipation in a dispute or war
  • n  tolerance attributable to a lack of involvement
  • n  pH value of 7

  • But on Capitol Hill, in the debate over "net neutrality," it's Old Media 2, New Media 0.
  • In their devotion to neutrality, the canny, conservative men who govern Switzerland frequently carry noninvolvement in international politics to a point where the mountains seem to .
  • On Prohibition President Hoover last week observed a careful neutrality while factions of his party struggled excitedly over the issue (see p.
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  • Canal change could alter SilverRock's challenging 15th hole
    Only a handful of golf holes in the Coachella Valley inspire equal measures of admiration and disdain while rarely inspiring neutrality or indifference.
    July 5, 2013 - The Desert Sun
  • Musings on the Coast: Neutrality In America
    America is a place of turmoil. While I was growing up in Newport Beach, there were TV stories of fire hoses spraying black people and race riots in Los Angeles. Then there was war in a place called Vietnam and my parents worried I would be called up and killed. None of it was real [...] The post Musings on the Coast: Neutrality In America appeared first on Laguna Beach Independent Newspaper, The ...
    July 3, 2013 - The Laguna Beach Independent
  • Sunni cleric warns Christians over Lebanese army’s cooperation with Hezbollah
    A Sunni Muslim cleric in Lebanon’s second largest city accused the Lebanese army Tuesday of failing to maintain its neutrality in the country’s sectarian rivalries amid widespread reports that it had fought alongside Hezbollah’s military wing in a battle against a rogue Sunni cleric last week.
    July 3, 2013 - Stars and Stripes

  • Mahmoud Abbas in Wall Street Journal
    On Sunday, after meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Mr. Abbas told reporters: "We do not want the Americans to negotiate on our behalf. All that we want from them is to stand by (our) legitimacy ...... and have a minimum of neutrality."
  • Barack Obama in
    We will preserve and protect the personal privacy and civil liberties that we cherish as Americans,Obama said. "Indeed, I remain firmly committed to net neutrality so we can keep the Internet as it should be -- open and free."
  • Osama bin Laden in
    In today's message, Bin Laden said: "Abu Musab had clear instructions to focus his fight on the occupiers, particularly the Americans and to leave aside anyone who remains neutral. But for those who refused [neutrality] and stood to fight on the...

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