Neutral ground
Neutral Ground may refer to:
  • A No Man's Land
    No Man's Land
    No man's land is an unoccupied area between two opposing positions.No Man's Land may also refer to:-Places:In the United Kingdom* No Man's Land, Cornwall, England* No Man's Land Fort, off the coast of England* Nomansland, Devon, England...

  • The 30-mile-wide stretch of land between the British troops occupying New York City
    New York City
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     during the American Revolution
    American Revolution
    The American Revolution was the political upheaval during the last half of the 18th century in which thirteen colonies in North America joined together to break free from the British Empire, combining to become the United States of America...

     and American-held territory in northern Westchester County, New York
    Westchester County, New York
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  • Neutral Ground (Louisiana), a no man's land between Spanish Texas and American Louisiana in the early 19th century
  • A central reservation
    Central reservation
    On divided roads, such as divided highways or freeways/motorways, the central reservation , median, parkway , median strip or central nature strip is the area which separates opposing lanes of traffic...

    , or median strip, the area that separates opposing lanes of traffic in divided highways, especially in New Orleans
  • Property/Land/Country on which two parties meet, yet that is indifferent towards them. Sometimes with a present local/indigenous third party being called upon as negotiator.
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