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Synonyms for neutral

Synonyms for neutral

not inclining toward or actively taking either side in a matter under dispute

feeling or showing no strong emotional involvement

without definite or distinctive characteristics

Synonyms for neutral

one who does not side with any party in a war or dispute

having no personal preference

having only a limited ability to react chemically

not supporting or favoring either side in a war, dispute, or contest

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possessing no distinctive quality or characteristics

having no hue

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lacking distinguishing quality or characteristics

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having no net electric charge

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All of BP Target Neutrals offers are backed by world-class carbon offset projects around the world and overseen by an independent advisory and assurance panel.
Over the past 10 years BP Target Neutral has offset 2.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA IN RE: AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE; AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULES OF PROCEDURE; NEW FLORIDA RULES FOR COURT-APPOINTED ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION NEUTRALS, CASE NO.
Nothing in this provision shall preclude neutrals from disqualifying themselves or refusing any assignment.
Use of a standing neutral enables the parties to determine how they will go about resolving their differences, as opposed to turning over their fate to the legal system.
The process to be used by the neutral in each instance can be selected and shaped to fit the parties' time constraints.
The 2010 Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct address for the first time the ethical obligations of attorneys practicing as third-party neutrals.
Section (b) sets out the ethical obligations of those acting as third-party neutrals straight-forwardly: "A lawyer serving as a third-party neutral shall inform unrepresented parties that the lawyer is not representing them and shall explain to them the difference between the lawyer's role as a third-party neutral and a lawyer's role as one who represents a client.
Binding processes, the most common of which is arbitration - an out-of-court adjudication of a dispute before a neutral or panel of neutrals, very often with special technical expertise in the underlying subject matter of the dispute.
It is to the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution, a nonprofit alliance of nearly 500 of the largest global corporations, law firms, scholars, and public institutions that many turn for guidance, real-life examples, and mediator or arbitrators from CPR's Distinguished Panels of Neutrals.
Engineered for reliability, innovation, and value, Homeline Load Centers are now designed with fully distributed split neutrals that allow the Plug-on Neutral Circuit Breakers to connect directly to the neutral bar without the pigtail.
The same caveat applies, there fore, when it comes to selecting neutrals to mediate a simmering dispute, Susskind counsels.
CPR INCREASES NUMBER OF WOMEN AND MINORITIES ON ITS WORLD-RENOWNED PANEL OF DISPUTE NEUTRALS