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The fact that he had been neutral in the death-struggle of Athens was not likely to conciliate popular good-will.
The provision is, that the parties at variance shall each choose four judges out of the neutral cantons, who, in case of disagreement, choose an umpire.
A whole army of Polygons, who turned out to fight as private soldiers, was utterly annihilated by a superior force of Isosceles Triangles -- the Squares and Pentagons meanwhile remaining neutral.
The neutral tint is better adapted to the sister in whose eyes all things are Maya -- illusion.
My word as a gentleman never to say anything of you, never to do anything against you; on your side, a solemn oath to remain neutral with respect to me.
It was necessary to find some neutral ground on which an exchange could be made, and then to try and land these goods on the coast of France.
And irresolute princes, to avoid present dangers, generally follow the neutral path, and are generally ruined.
His complexion was pale, not of that deadly pallor which is a kind of neutral beauty, but of a bilious, yellow hue; his colorless hair was short and scarcely extended beyond the circle formed by the hat around his head, and his light blue eyes seemed destitute of any expression.
Craig, who, being a neutral in the dispute, had no interest but in conciliation; "the schoolmaster ought to be able to tell you what's right.
This treasurer," he continued, "I conveyed to a neutral territory, Holland; I forced him to sign the treaty; I have even reconducted him to Newcastle, and as he was obliged to be satisfied with our proceedings towards him -- the deal coffer being always carried without jolting, and being lined softly, I asked for a gratification for you.
There was again a pause, and Sir Nathaniel endeavoured to get back to less emotional and more neutral ground.
I am to remain neutral, to get near the window, to watch you, and at the signal to throw in this object, then to raise the cry of fire, and to wait you at the corner of the street.