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neutralities, plural;
  1. The state of not supporting or helping either side in a conflict, disagreement, etc.; impartiality
    • - during the war, Switzerland maintained its neutrality
  2. Absence of decided views, expression, or strong feeling
    • - the clinical neutrality of the description
  3. The condition of being chemically or electrically neutral

  1. nonparticipation in a dispute or war
  2. disinterest: tolerance attributable to a lack of involvement
  3. pH value of 7
  4. A neutral power in a particular war is a sovereign state which declares itself to be neutral towards the belligerents. A non-belligerent state does not need to be neutral. The rights and duties of a neutral power are defined in Sections 5 and 13 of the Hague Convention of 1907. ...
  5. Neutrality is the absence of declared bias. In an argument, a neutral person will not choose a side.
  6. «One of the defining characteristics of the attitude of the analyst during the treatment. The analyst must be neutral in respect of religious, ethical and social values -that is to say, he must not direct the treatment according to some ideal, and should abstain from counselling the patient; he ...
  7. The state or quality of being neutral; the condition of being unengaged in contests between others; state of taking no part on either side; indifference; Indifference in quality; a state neither very good nor bad. ...
  8. (JP 1-02) - In international law, the attitude of impartiality, during periods of war, adopted by third states toward belligerent and recognized by the belligerent, which creates rights and duties between the impartial states and the belligerent. ...
  9. This term means that a third party is not connected to or had a prior relationship with any of the disputants.
  10. Encyclopedia of Earth content shall, when touching upon any issue of controversy, be fair and insofar as possible neutral. Following are some examples of what is meant by neutrality in the Encyclopedia of Earth:
  11. the decision to support neither side in armed conflicts.
  12. 1. (Economics)). Money is  neutral in an economic model in there is a change in the model and the level of the nominal money has no effect on the real level of equilibrium. Or 2. (Accounting). Absence of bias. ...
  13. Not taking a side on an issue. Kentucky voted to stay neutral during the Civil War.
  14. the alleged ability of the mediator to remain uninvested in the outcome of a dispute, to be aware of any contamination of neutrality, and to withdraw if he or she has lost neutrality.
  15. Trying to think or live without making a religious commitment or ultimate presupposition. In VT’s view, this is impossible. Attempting it presupposes a commitment against the true God.
  16. the status of a country that refrains from taking part in a war between other powers.
  17. (as in “net neutrality”) – favoring one side in a dispute, especially when that side has supported your campaign and provided a senior White House staff member.
  18. U.S. policy of impartiality during World Wars I and II.
  19. “Humanitarian assistance must be provided without engaging in hostilities or taking sides in controversies of a political, religious or ideological nature.” (OCHA Glossary of Humanitarian Terms)
  20. A dimension of defensive communication climate expressed when a group member reacts in a detached or unemotional way; a lack of warmth or caring for other members, making them feel as if they are not important.
  21. You show neutrality by making press releases against the rebels and the government in turn.
  22. the policy or status of a nation that does not participate in a war between other nations.  During WWI the United States attempted to remain neutral.
  23. Freedom from bias of the information contained in financial statements.
  24. An ion or ion group which has an equal number of electrons and protons, i.e. neither a positive nor negative overall change.
  25. a position of not taking sides