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- adj. not prejudicial; not pre-judging
- adj. not causing one to tend to pre-judge a matter
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I must say Andrew that you definitely do not appear to have reported the findings and outcome of this debate on a purely unbiased and nonprejudicial point of view.
What does it sound like to you when we envision the existence of a fundamental force that is universal, powerful, attractive, unconditional, and nonprejudicial?
To summarize, the invisible gravitation field functions as a mutually attractive, unconditional, nonprejudicial, and completely dependable force.
Newton was an extremely religious man; he saw the universal, invisible, unconditional, nonprejudicial, attractive force that held the universe together to be an expression of “God’s love” in the universe.