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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishneutralityneu‧tral‧i‧ty /njuːˈtræləti $ nuː-/ AWL noun [uncountable]  SUPPORT A PERSON, GROUP, OR PLAN#the state of not supporting either side in an argument or warneutralist /ˈnjuːtrəlɪst $ ˈnuː-/ adjective, noun [countable]
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neutralityIn our time, there is no such thing as neutrality.In it two standards of neutrality conflict.But this argument by itself does not justify political neutrality.After Pearl Harbor, U.S. neutrality ended.This has resulted in the questioning of the neutrality of science and technology as they are at present practised in our society.Their neutrality was why Jack let them in.This concept, despite its claims to neutrality, tends to carry conventional ideas about gender and other social relations with it.
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