from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a neutral manner; evenhandedly or fairly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a neutral manner; without taking part with either side; indifferently.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a neutral manner; without taking part with either side; as a neutral.
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If straight men's promiscuity (I'm trying to use the term neutrally here; I'm not claiming any moral problem with it) with straight women doesn't cause excessive trouble - of course, for the sort of noncombat units in which men and women are likely to be present together - then it's hard to see how lesbian/bisexual women's comparable level of promiscuity with men and women would cause excessive trouble.
The world, through an effective I use that term neutrally public relations campaign, most likely associates "Sudan" with "Darfur."
It enables you as a young sommelier to look at labels neutrally because at this stage you tend to follow your preferences.
There's a strong emotional component to Catholicism, and even what one might term an aesthetic element (as in Gerard Manley Hopkins) that isn't rational (using the word neutrally, not prescriptively).
Lots of folks have explained net neutrality better than I'll be able to, but suffice to say that if telecoms are allowed to pin premium pricing schemes to the delivery of services they currently treat "neutrally," black and Latino consumers -- who have gone from redlining victims to crap MVNO-target market -- will be among the first to get screwed.
But you certainly wouldn't know that from the AP article or from CBS News, which "neutrally" mold the article's headline and first paragraph to fit Frist's facially deceitful claim, and then worse, never even mention the only newsworthy part of the whole episode.
When I say Google makes this data "neutrally" transparent then that's perhaps just on the surface.
Making such numbers sort of "neutrally" transparent allows citizens to further question their government if they feel the number of requests is overburdening.
He argues that torrent sites should behave neutrally, meaning that if they remove fake and spam comments they should filter copyrighted content too.
Lots of folks have explained net neutrality better than I will be able to, but suffice to say that if telecoms are allowed to pin premium pricing schemes to the delivery of services they currently treat "neutrally" delivering you this blog page vs. a video download vs. an e-commerce site vs... black consumers will be among the first to get fucked.