It's just an attempt to neuter any Tea Party support for conservative candidates who happen to have an R by their names.
She says the Humane Society would like to enforce spay and neuter laws to the point where there would be no purebred dogs left.
Pro: “My God, it is intolerable to think of spending ones whole life, like a neuter bee, working, working & nothing after all.”
Take that away, or neuter the violence too much, and enrollment drops.
It seeks to neuter the criticism of any lurking Paltrow naysayers wishing to transfer their negativity to Lively.
Brahma (neuter) in the Rigveda signified nothing more than “prayer” or “devotion.”
At this point they cease altogether, and the central point is neuter.
The neuter gender denotes things without sex; as, Wewahquon, a hat.
It is not sexless, but bi-sexual; not neuter but masculine-feminine.
Weismann meets these by adducing the case of neuter insects, which have been already considered at sufficient length.
late 14c., of grammatical gender, "neither masculine nor feminine," from Latin neuter "of the neuter gender," literally "neither one nor the other," from ne- "not, no" (see un-) + uter "either (of two)" (see whether). Probably a loan-translation of Greek oudeteros "neither, neuter." In 16c., it had the sense of "taking neither side, neutral."
1903, from neuter (adj.). Originally in reference to pet cats. Related: Neutered; neutering.
neuter neu·ter (nōō'tər, nyōō'-)
Having undeveloped or imperfectly developed sexual organs.