But it was manifest that all, except the Isosceles, were moved by his words and were either neutral
or averse to the Bill.
Nothing then was altered in the plan, and orders were given to get under weigh next night, and, wind and weather permitting, to make the neutral
island by the following day.
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
Mean men, in their rising, must adhere; but great men, that have strength in themselves, were better to maintain themselves indifferent, and neutral
Whilst all the landscape was in neutral
shade his companion's face, which was the focus of his eyes, rising above the mist stratum, seemed to have a sort of phosphorescence upon it.
So the theory is that the channel between Gibraltar and Africa was once dry land, and that the low, neutral
neck between Gibraltar and the Spanish hills behind it was once ocean, and of course that these African animals, being over at Gibraltar (after rock, perhaps--there is plenty there), got closed out when the great change occurred.
not at all with a defiant air, but in a low, muffled, neutral
tone, as of a voice heard through cotton wool) that she did not wish "to enjoy their good opinion.
The Germans among us might kill all the English, or the English might kill the last German, without affecting in the slightest degree either the outcome of even the smallest skirmish upon the western front or the opinion of a single individual in any belligerent or neutral
Frankly, this man as an open enemy today could bring more harm upon us than if any neutral
Power you could name were to join the Triple Alliance.
They said, with the same dreary grace of manner, "Very sorry to go"; they drove to the railway, arrayed in the same perfect traveling suits of neutral
tint; and they had but one difference of opinion among them--each firmly believed that he was smoking the best cigar to be got in London.